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HighVoltagePR marks three years of success

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Offering unsurpassed PR services to the nation, with affordability, creativity and quality which bring expected results to their clients, HighVoltagePR has reached heights and kept its promises, with the agency now pushing into its third successful year of operations.

HighVoltagePR Managing Director Supun Dias

As the country grows in the sector of PR, every industry including SMEs depend on strong PR messages that goes to its target market, to make their businesses grow and keep growing.

HighVoltagePR has been sending out these strong messages to the target audiences and getting expected results for their clientele throughout the past three years of operations.

Since April 2016, the agency has been at the forefront of managing the newspaper visibility, running and managing website campaigns, engaging in content writing, translations, designing and managing advertising campaigns successfully. The company provides tailor-made solutions to reach the client’s requirements.

“The priceless experience and knowledge I have gained during my time as a journalist, and mastering the public relations and communication aspect of leading corporate entities has enabled me to retain a sound stance in the industry as a responsible, trusted go-to PR agency,” stated HighVoltagePR Managing Director Supun Dias.

Further, in light of the agency reaching its three year milestone, he expressed his utmost gratitude to the company’s corporate clientele and the local media professionals, for their support during the three years of operations and their contribution in making them so successful in such a short time.

HighVoltagePR’s clientele represents sectors in healthcare, automobile, financial services, leading chambers, fashion retailers, shipping and logistics, and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) who have all been satisfied with the agency’s services and continue to be loyal customers.


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