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Waikato-based PR firm HMC Communications expands


Waikato-based PR firm HMC Communications expands


Hamilton public relations consultancy HMC Communications has expanded with the addition of a junior consultant to its team and the subsequent ability to offer expanded corporate communication services to Waikato businesses.

HMC Communications has been working with businesses throughout the Central North Island for nearly 10 years across a range of sectors including dairy, telecommunications, research, aviation and energy. Director Heather Claycomb said the expansion of the firm is a clear signal that more and more Waikato organisations are investing in public relations.

“The growth of HMC is directly attributable to our clients. We’ve certainly seen a trend over the past few years of both businesses and not-for-profits shifting more of their marketing spend into public relations as they’ve been able to measure a solid return on their investment. We’re excited about being able to offer additional communications services to even more businesses in the New Year,” said Mrs Claycomb.

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