Does Your Business require a PR strategy overhaul during Covid19?
The emergence and widespread growth of small businesses has led to evolution of a new set of? PR strategies for them. These new businesses or start-ups require an altogether different positioning in the media, afterall it is the survival of the fittest in the end.
Media Mantra recognized this growing need in the industry and came up with its own vertical dedicated to start-ups called Startup Mantra. Startup Mantra includes its own set of start-up PR solutions and start-up business planning strategies for these agile new businesses. If you need an agile PR agency that is proactive, creative and aggressive, you couldn't go wrong with Media Mantra, one of the top Public Relations agencies in and undoubtedly, the best PR Agency in Delhi , Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai.
Rather than providing generic PR strategies used for bigger organizations, we endeavour to create positioning strategies which highlight their unique propositions and communication objectives. The implementation process extends to getting these start-ups placed at par with their competitors in leading media properties. This helps in building credibility and also is useful in garnering investor-centric attention.
Startup Mantra provides an array of service offerings subject to client's requirements. Services include providing startup PR positioning strategies, media coordination for any events/ press conferences being organized, mentorship for the management and also digital support in the form of organic social media management and content marketing.
We at Media Mantra understand your startup PR needs and craft PR strategies which will help in giving you an edge. In this fast evolving world, we need to find the right mix of ideas to create a lasting image for your target audience.
Today we deal in start-ups across industries from IT/Technology, Healthcare to Lifestyle and each given platform is given a customized plan. Our customization is our prime differentiating factor as it allows us to give fair propositions after understanding their PR objectives.