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Redhill Announces Strategic Partnerships with PR Wire and Aroca Consulting Group

“Sri Lanka has always been an important market for Redhill, especially as our Studio team is on the ground there.”

Redhill integrated global communications agency has announced strategic partnerships with PR Wire, a public relations consultancy in Sri Lanka, and Aroca Consulting Group (ACG), a full-service public affairs and business advisory firm from Singapore.

The collaborations aim to strengthen Redhill’s market presence and capabilities in Sri Lanka, as well as broaden its offerings in government relations and public affairs. Both PR Wire and ACG will gain access to Redhill’s portfolio of communications and storytelling services, along with international expertise and reach from its global network.

“Expanding and strengthening our market presence and service offerings have always been a priority for Redhill, and we are excited to be partnering with PR Wire and ACG,” said Jacob Puthenparambil, CEO, Redhill.

“Sri Lanka has always been an important market for Redhill, especially as our Studio team is on the ground there. Similarly, with our existing relationships within the government sector, it is a natural next step to deepen our expertise in public affairs and policy. Through our partnerships with PR Wire and ACG, who are both leaders in their respective sectors and markets, we are confident to deliver broader, more dynamic services to our collective clients.”

Founded in 2010, the Sri Lanka-based PR Wire offering ranges from public relations to business intelligence, while Singapore-headquartered ACG brings experience and networks in the business, government and community sector across the Asia-Pacific region, with offices in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Melbourne.

“PR Wire’s partnership with Redhill will create many opportunities across various markets in the Asia-Pacific to serve clients with a fully integrated communication strategy, focusing on traditional and digital public relations,” said Ashan Kumar, Founder and Managing Director, PR Wire, adding that “It is increasingly important to have a globalised approach to PR and communications while maintaining on-ground, local intelligence including buyer behaviour, business and communication strategy and strong media landscape expertise with an authentic network.”

Ozan Ibrisim, Managing Director, Singapore, Aroca Consulting Group, added: “Through our collaboration, we look forward to providing clients with the most effective combination of strategies to build a strong social, economic and sustainability case for them to achieve their business objectives. Public affairs and government relations have evolved to require a more collaborative approach with integrated communications, and we are excited to strengthen our capabilities to provide the best service to clients,”


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