Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Another Milestone Achieved



The respect which we at PR Professionals share for the educators is evident from the fact Teacher’s day was chosen as the day for establishment of PR Professionals. PR agencies have the duty of image building and the same is not possible until one has the humility to appraise the various aspects of a person or an organisation without being biased or without suffering from any prejudice. This year the 5th of Sept. gave three reasons of celebration to those who are associated with PR Professionals, apart from being teacher’s day the PR Professionals anniversary had another cause of celebration attached to it, it was Janmashtami (the festival associated with the birth of Lord Krishna).From its inception with 3 staff members and an office at Janakpuri, Delhi in 2011, the organisation has moved like a blitzkrieg and will soon have a pan India presence. Our organisation has five centres across India and is equipped with more than 25 staff members. It has witnessed tremendous growth in the last 2 years and has acquired a varied clientele.



PR Professionals day was celebrated amid much fanfare at the organisations office. It was started with a cake cutting ceremony in which the MD Mr. Sarvesh Kumar Tiwari asked two newly joined employees to cut the cake. Mr. Tiwari’s address resonated the ideals and philosophy of PR Professionals. He congratulated everybody on the fourth anniversary of PR Professionals. Mr Tiwari said that the organisation which is responsible for the PR management of some major Realtors of Gurgaon viz. DLF & M3M along with being indulged in promoting the interests of various educational organisations (NCU, ATDC & Suncity School etc.) among others had started without any client base. He stressed on the fact that it is due to his committed team that PR Professionals is scaling new heights every passing day. Mr. Tiwari surmised the manner in which PR Professionals became what it is today. He promised that soon we would have a pan Indian presence and by 2016 we would double our strength to 50 plus employees.  After his motivational speech the team members took turns to share their experience at PR Professionals. Some described it as their professional crèche where they learnt the nitty gritty of PR. Whereas some described it as a family which gives you your space but at the same times comes to your rescue if you feel yourself cornered in a difficult situation.




The Newsletter of PR Professionals aptly named ‘Samwaad’ was launched by our MD. The day also marked the relaunch of the organisation’s website. The relaunch was aimed at making the website more user friendly, it has additional features which make it the complete information source of the organisation. Three staff members who had joined the organisation in the recent past were handed over the employee identity cards of the organisation by the MD. Our MD Mr. Tiwari was gifted a sketch and the employees in return received Coffee Mugs with their photos and names printed on it. The celebration ended with a feast of delicacies. 

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