Global PR World Network signs first PR agency from Middle East

June 20, 2016 9:07 pm

Bahaa Fatairy, Managing Director & Founder, BR Communications. (Image supplied)

BR Communications has announced that it is the first PR agency in the Middle East to join the global PR World Network.

 

The UAE-based agency was founded in 2013 and today offers a range of creative and strategic PR campaigns for clients across the region. It has been awarded the Best New Business Award from SME’s Stars of Business in 2014.

 

“We already have a Middle East regional reach and can now offer our clients global services, regardless of geographic location. We are thrilled to be the first public relations agency in the Middle East to have this important membership,” said Bahaa Fatairy, founder and managing director at BR Communications.

 

The PR World Network was founded in 2009 and comprises 21 PR companies operating in more than 50 countries. All of the consultancies operating under the World Network are by default approved by Lou Hammond & Associates, a leading North American communications agency that founded the World Network.

 

Lou Hammond & Associates was founded in 1984 and has now established offices in New York, Miami, Charleston SC and Los Angeles.

 

The network serves two main purposes: connecting PR and marketing agencies around the globe to support needs of clients without border limitations and sharing the latest news, developments and technologies across member companies.

 

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