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MediaPA, announces new Chicago based client – GM Scientific

MediaPA, announces today its new Chicago based client – GM Scientific

Leading Hamilton Social Media and Public Relations Company MediaPA has clinched a significant global online marketing deal to provide its unique marketing and PR services to a multi- million dollar United States business.

It was confirmed last week that MediaPA will provide one of GM Scientific’s leading products SureStop ® with proven social media strategies and implementation combined with PR.

MediaPA specialise in producing highly professional customised content which is search engine optimised for publication on social media platforms and websites. MediaPA gives businesses of all sizes a complete solution to branding and online marketing in New Zealand, Australia, Asia and across the globe. With content marketing becoming increasingly important for any business with a website or online presence, MediaPA are poised to take on more international clients as traditional borders and barriers are removed through rapidly evolving digital and technological advances.

Chicago-based GM Scientific is a major distributor of health care consumables, providing a range of products to six principal markets (medical/surgical, dental, first aid, sports medicine, military, EMS/Trauma and animal health). In particular GM Scientific has an exclusive arrangement for the promotion and distribution of the renowned SureStop ® range of products which are distributed worldwide.

The SureStop ® product range includes sterile hemostatic dressings for a variety of applications, Island Dressings, Scar Care products and more. SureStop ® helps control bleeding from open wounds, including mouth, ears, nose and throat. SureStop ® hemostatic dressings are easy to use and remove, they contain no chemical additives, are hypoallergenic and completely safe as they are derived from plant based cellulose material. With its faster time to hemostasis, bacteriostatic benefits and competitive price, SureStop ® offers real value for money for customers.

MediaPA is highly experienced in the field of PR & Communications. MediaPA have a highly specialised and professional team in this area with many years of involvement with all streams of media.

Founder of MediaPA, Phillip Quay has worked for a number of New Zealand’s leading media outlets such as TVNZ, Sunday Star-Times, Waikato Times and the National Business Review.

“We are delighted to have GM Scientific on board as one of our international clients. This really demonstrates to us that our social media, PR and SEO services are now being sought around the globe to promote products which is exciting,” said Mr Quay. “This is a major coup for any New Zealand business and shows that our digital media expertise is recognised at a global level.”

“Content marketing strategies, coupled with strong PR and tactical campaigns are very effective for building a company’s profile and brand and really have an impact on social engagement,” said Mr Quay

MediaPA have a broad range of specialist social media and PR products and Phillip Quay is a keynote speaker at conferences in both social media and PR.


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