PR Boutiques International™ Adds Two California Agencies to Global Consortium; Tsuki Planning in Japan Rejoins

Feb 01, 2016, 14:48 ET from PR Boutiques International

NEW YORK, Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --PR Boutiques International™ (PRBI), the worldwide collaborative network of boutique PR firms, welcomes its two newest members, both hailing from Southern California: Beach House PR, from Newport Beach, and Bame Public Relations from Los Angeles. In addition, the consortium is welcoming back Japan-based Tsuki Planning, which is rejoining the group. With the new additions, PRBI now has 38 member agencies across 13 countries.  

"We receive interest from a number of firms throughout the world to join our organization, and we are very selective about membership approvals, ensuring our network truly represents the best of the best boutique agencies across PR specialties," said Paul Furiga, PRBI President and founder and CEO of WordWrite Communications located in Pittsburgh. "The common advantage all our members share is that the agency principals are strongly involved in operations and are client-centric, placing value on achieving client results above all else. Our new member agencies exemplify this perfectly."

Beach House PR is a PR and digital agency specializing in luxury, beauty, fashion and lifestyle brands. Clients include Schwarzkopf Professionals, Urban Decay, Voluspa Candles, SoulCycle, Valerie Bertinelli, ViX Swimwear, Chloe wine and more. The firm is led by founder Amy Denoon, an award-winning authority on branding, PR and social media, as well as a best-selling author and frequent media guest.

Bame Public Relations specializes in the business and legal services industry, and retains a strong network of clients throughout Southern California and beyond. Team members are limited to senior level specialists, providing a range of communication services focused on building thought leadership and authority on behalf of clients. The firm is led by founder Cheryl Bame, a recognized communication professional for her innovative work with law firms, professional service firms, financial and real estate companies.

Tsuki Planning of Tokyo focuses on PR services for food and lifestyle-related fields. The agency specializes in media relations; event and conference planning; exhibitions; contests; website development; and production of online, print and video collateral materials. Clients include the Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers, California-based Raisin Administrative Committee, and Sunstar Inc. The firm is led by Tomoko Inoue, who founded the company in 1992.

Through collaboration in PRBI, member agencies offer the personalized, senior-level expertise of the boutique firm combined with the broad, international reach and market specialization of much larger agencies. For more information about PRBI, visit prboutiques.com. Read the PRBI Blog to stay up to date on agency happenings and the latest industry trends. To find out more about where PRBI members are located globally, visit the PRBI website.

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About PR Boutiques International:
PR Boutiques International™ (PRBI) is an international network of boutique public relations firms. The principals of member firms are experienced practitioners who have held senior positions in large PR agencies and/or corporations but now put service first and work directly with clients. PRBI members excel in meeting a huge range of client needs in a large number of industries. Members' services including corporate public relations, consumer PR, health care PR, investor relations, crisis management, business-to-business PR, economic development PR, not-for-profit, academia, government, financial, technology, legal, multicultural and international PR and investor relations. Member practitioners have won the highest levels of professional awards, with qualifications ranging from PhDs to former top journalists. They also represent memberships in the most noteworthy international public relations and business associations.

 

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