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Intermediary Teams Up With Invoice Discounting Co

Media Release

Monday, 22nd September 2008

INTERMEDIARY COMMUNICATIONS TEAMS UP WITH INTERNATIONAL INVOICE DISCOUNTING COMPANY, INTERFACE FINANCIAL GROUP

Intermediary Communications has added Interface Financial Group, a leading international company specialising in invoice discounting for SMEs, to its steadily expanding portfolio.

The Auckland-based public relations consultancy will provide Interface with a coordinated marketing communications strategy, branding advice and public relations guidance.

‘We are really looking forward to working with Interface,’ said Peter Boyes, Managing Director of Intermediary Communications. ‘Our goal is to continue to strengthen the company’s already well respected name within the financial services industry and to increase brand recognition amongst potential customers and franchise holders.’

We look forward to building a long-standing relationship with Interface as we assist them in meeting all of their communications needs,’ added Peter.

Interface Financial Group has a network of offices throughout the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The business has been providing a cash flow lifeline to small to medium companies for over 35 years,

Intermediary Communications is part of one of New Zealand’s largest independently owned communications partnerships. The team has managed projects in North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific markets. More information can be found at www.intermediary.co.nz.


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