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International PR agency expands its footprint on the continent

London: 4 October 2021 -- Public relations and marketing agency, Irvine Partners, is opening an office in Ghana in response to growing client demand for PR services in the country. 

The multinational agency, which already has wholly-owned offices in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria, boasts a strong mix of global and regional clients across a range of sectors including technology, financial services, real estate, tourism, and cannabis.

“We made the decision to open our doors in Ghana as an increasing number of our clients need support there. Ghana’s strengthened position as a tech hub in Sub-Saharan Africa and its rapidly growing financial services industry are leading the charge but we are already seeing many other industries looking to aggressively invest and expand into the country,” says Irvine Partners CEO, Rachel Irvine. 

Founded in 2010, Irvine Partners has grown to become a leading independent agency offering a comprehensive suite of services across PR and social media, digital and content marketing, crisis communication, media training and website development, among others.

The agency will officially open its doors in Ghana this October and is wrapping up a recruitment drive. 

Released 5 October 2021 on Media Update

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