Global PR Network Kicks Off 30th Anniversary Adding Three Agencies in Middle East and Spain

NEW YORK and LONDON, January 10, 2022 / PRNewswire / – The Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) today announced it has added three new agencies to the Middle East and Spain to its global network, thereby strengthening its ability to serve customers around the world. The expansion marks the 30e anniversary of the global agency network, which plans to launch new programs and initiatives to mark its special year in 2022.

This decision brings to 52 the number of member agencies of the network and adds local expertise in public relations and communication in the offices of Dubaiin the United Arab Emirates; Tel Aviv, Israel; and Madrid, Spain.

The novelty of PRGN Dubai– The member agency headquartered at NettResults Middle East, a results-driven public relations and marketing firm. Specializing in technology clients, NettResults’ fully bilingual team of professionals serve clients in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries of United Arab EmiratesKingdom of Bahrain, Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaSultanate of Oman, State of Qatar and State of Kuwait.

Addition of local presence and expertise in Israel is the Tel AvivKAMIR public relations agency. KAMIR is a strategy consulting firm specializing in the management of complex stakeholder issues. From the formulation of the engagement strategy to the implementation, including analysis, planning and stakeholder mapping, KAMIR offers a wide range of services to help clients achieve their goals.

In SpainPRGN is now represented by PRGarage, a public relations firm based in Madrid. The company started out as a technology-driven B2B and B2C public relations agency and has significantly expanded its staff and customer base.

“We are delighted to welcome NettResults, KAMIR and PRGarage to the PRGN family of globally connected communications professionals. It’s a good start for our 30e anniversary that our network plans to celebrate with new programs and initiatives ”, said Alexandra Diniță, President of PRGN and Managing Director of Free Communication at Bucharest, Romania. “The three agencies will help PRGN to better serve local and international clients in these key markets. These new members extend and improve the international coverage of PRGN and add to the expertise and service capabilities of our network.

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SOURCE Global Public Relations Network (PRGN)

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