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PRecious Communications: 1 Boutique PR Firm, 2 Big Years, 3 Awesome New Clients!

Press Release   •   May 09, 2014 09:43 SGT

Singapore, 9 May 2014PRecious Communications, an independent boutique public relations and social media consultancy based out of Singapore, celebrates its second year anniversary with the addition of three new clients: ThoughtBuzz, a social media intelligence and analytics company, Unified Inbox, which provides cloud-based, unified communications and social collaboration platforms, and 99.co, a unique online real estate brokerage portal for the residential market.  The second year for PRecious Communications also means a new home, as they relocate their office to 21 Club Street, choosing a central location to remain close to its clients as well as staying attractive to talents.

Combining a personal consulting approach with holistic communication services across a range of traditional and digital channels, PRecious Communications expertly crafts tailor-made PR and Social Media strategies that reflect the corporate values of each individual client, and uses their established networks and the ever-evolving media landscape to build, protect and defend their clients’ reputations – one of a brand’s most “PRecious” assets. 

 “PRecious has a clear focus on adding value and creating impact, ensuring that all communications efforts are clearly linked to our clients’ business objectives.  What sets us apart is our network of experts with different industry knowledge and experience, and our strong communications skills,” said Lars Voedisch, Principal Consultant and Managing Director of PRecious Communications.  “This allows us to execute consistent and quality communication strategies that are relevant to our clients and address their specific needs.”

The young Agency, who has expanded considerably over the last 2 years, has a growing client base across a range of highly diverse industries, with clients ranging from global security giant McAfee to marketing technology companies like InMobi and Emarsys, educational institutions like Oxford Summer College and the Healthcare industry, with Singapore’s Bone Marrow Donor Programme.  Three new clients mark the beginning of its second year – PRecious proudly adds ThoughtBuzz, Unified Inbox and 99.co to their portfolio, a further testament to their position as a reputable communications partner amongst global companies, young brands and not-for-profit organizations.

“PRecious Communications has demonstrated strong knowledge of our industry by providing strategic insights and professional counsel.  This, coupled with its strong media networks regionally makes them the right fit for ThoughtBuzz, as we look to build our presence in Asia, ” said Ashok Patro, Chief Operating Officer of ThoughtBuzz.

Darius Cheung, Co-founder and CEO of 99.co comments, “We are excited to be working with PRecious in establishing 99.co in Singapore.  As a flexible team who are constantly on the go, their contribution will be a big help in getting 99.co off the ground and the word on the street.”

But that’s not it for PRecious Communications – they seek to further widen their client base across Singapore and regionally, using their local know-how, regional networks and global mindset to further manage and enhance their clients’ portfolios. Armed with a passion for all things PR-related and a keen sense of adventure (and humour), PRecious Communications is set to take on its second year, to deliver a business-oriented approach and cater precisely to each of its clients’ needs and objectives.



About Precious Communications

Our focus is on Corporate Communications, Crisis Management, Reputation Management and Social Media. Combining a clear business-oriented approach with a focus on measurable results, our network of experts helps brands tell their story and tie directly into their overall communications objectives.

We are run out of Singapore and serve clients in Asia Pacific and beyond through our strong links to Europe and North America.

www.preciouscomms.com


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