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PR Partners Appoints Two More Stars

PR Partners Appoints Two More Stars

Auckland, 12 February 2014 - Award winning public relations agency PR Partners (www.prpartners.co.nz) is pleased to announce the appointments of Stephanie Crush and Magdalen Ford to the positions of Account Manager and Account Executive, respectively. Details of their backgrounds are below:

Stephanie Crush, Account Manager
With over four years’ experience as a communications practitioner, Stephanie Crush brings strong corporate knowledge across consumer, technology and business to business relations.

Prior to joining PR Partners, Crush has worked with a number of international public relations agencies including Edelman, Spark Communications and Waggener Edstrom, in London.

Her previous role as Account Coordinator at Waggener Edstrom allowed for a broad range of skills with a large focus on the management of the agencies’ many global affiliates.

Her many accomplishments in the industry will further enhance PR Partners’ overall strength.

Magdalen Ford, Account Executive
Magdalen joined the agency in October 2013 as an intern and has since secured her place as a permanent member of the team. She is involved in daily account management and the successful execution of PR campaigns across consumer technology, health, FMCG, and not-for-profit sectors.

Ford graduated from the University of Otago in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in communication and public relations, with a marketing management minor. Her enthusiasm for the industry, knowledge of relevant social media and passion for all modes of communication has made for a lively addition to the agency.

About PR Partners
PR Partners is an award-winning full service public relations and communications agency. We partner with clients to deliver smart, focused communications outcomes based on well thought-out strategies, clear messages, and sparks of inspiration to get the cut-through you need.

Whether we’re shouting your story from the rooftops, or keeping you from being talked about, you’ll get personalised senior support from PR Partners. Our client base ranges from start-ups to multinationals, not-for-profits to some of New Zealand’s most successful corporates and brands. Our multi-disciplinary team have backgrounds in a range of sectors.

We’ll work with you to understand your organisation, your challenges and aspirations. Partnership is respectful, collaborative and valuable, and is all about helping our clients to achieve their goals.

ENDS

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