Anita Davis
Aug 24, 2009

Iprex network partners with Rantau PR

KUALA LUMPUR - Global public relations network Iprex has bolstered its presence in the region by partnering with Malaysian PR agency Rantau, marking its first collaboration with an agency in the market.

Iprex network partners with Rantau PR
Iprex , which has 92 partnership offices worldwide and claims annual revenues of US$125 million, opted for a tie-up with Rantau because of its experience in working on local affairs and with multinational clients.

“Its strong understanding of the Malaysian geopolitical landscape has been instrumental in helping several of our clients – and many others – to do business successfully in their country,” said David Ketchum, Iprex Asia-Pacfic’s president and chief executive of Upstream Asia. “They will be an excellent resource for our Iprex partners and their clients.”

Rantau currently works with clients including Apple, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Logitech, the Malaysian Development Corporation and Xango.

In the region, Iprex works with agencies in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan.

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