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SPAG Asia will be representing the South East Asia market including key markets of India, Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia for the IPRN global network, providing key services in marketing, branding, media relations, advocacy services and digital marketing.
Aman Gupta, Managing Partner, SPAG said “At SPAG we are constantly engaging in delivering expert solutions to our clients empowered with our deep understanding of the Asia region. Bringing these capabilities to the IPRN network is core to our strategy and our partnership with IPRN is a key example of our open, intelligent solutions. With IPRN we aim to jointly deliver unique solutions that will enable clients to realise performance, cost, intelligence and simplified management benefits improve performance and reduce cost."
Carrie Jones of JPR Health Communications, current IPRN Chairman, commented, "We are delighted that SPAG Consultants have joined IPRN. Our members now number forty agencies and our combined fee income exceeds US$142million with staffing of over 1,600 public relations professionals, providing local knowledge and global reach for all clients requiring selective market programmes."