As part of efforts to provide support for small-medium enterprises, a new public relations agency, Halona Media has been launched.
Halona Media is a public relations agency founded by young creatives to support brands in selling their stories to the targeted audience with huge leverage on its solid background in media and public relations.
Services the agency is rendering include, public relations, creation of bespoke contents, crisis management, social media management, product launch, events organization, amongst others.
The Executive Director, Abass Oyeyemi while addressing newsmen at the virtual global press conference of the agency said: “We are glad to announce to the world that, our philosophy of growth, communications and augmentations of human interactions cannot be limited to mere physical dealings. The goal is to help businesses find their rhythm and make people dance to our tune of creativity.”
The Head of Creative Strategy and Innovative Unit, Yusuf Adetola, while commenting said, “we are taking a huge step of commitment into the future with a positive mindset coupled with an attractive philosophy of growth! This gigantic step is nothing but a sample of the big feats that are yet to be unveiled with HalonaMedia!”
“We’ve packages available to ensure the growth and sustainability of small-medium enterprises. We look forward to creating these viable partnerships with them,” Faith Akande, the Head of Events and Programs Activations remarked.
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