Curzon PR has expanded its client base in 2013 with a host of new projects.
The consultancy has signed with Ensemble Productions to promote London’s Russian Maslenitsa Festival through strategy and media relations services. Coverage included The Times and Condé Nast Traveller and The Singing Grannies, the festival’s ambassadors, on Channel 4 News. Curzon continues to raise the festival’s profile ahead of the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014 and the upcoming Russia-UK Year of Culture 2014.
Curzon’s client base has further been expanded to include the SDC, a DFID backed initiative that bridges international investor and local community interests for the empowering of economic investment in the Horn region of Africa through mutually beneficial agreements of co-operation. The agency is in charge of strategy and media relations, aiming to promote the nation’s positive aspects, including strong natural resources and its unique position in opening up investment into the Horn region.
Curzon has also recently signed on to handle media relations for Liquidity Finance, an investment firm focused on emerging markets.
In addition to new client wins, Curzon has announced the start of a new partnership with the Culture Company in Mumbai, India. The two agencies have teamed up to promote the 100 Years of Bollywood centenary and manage Bollywood actress Kajol’s PR along with Culture Company in the UK.
The agency has also recently chosen CARE Pakistan as its 2013 charity partner and will provide pro bono strategy, media relations and communications support.
Finally, Curzon has also appointed Anna Wallace-Thompson as head of media relations.
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