PR 24×7 appoints Soil Global to train their PR professionals in digital marketing

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Indore: One of the biggest PR firm of India, PR24x7 has recently appointed Soil global, to train their 100 professional employees to upgrade them in the field of digital marketing to stay relevant with the ever changing world. Up until now, PR24x7 has successfully set up a bench mark in traditional PR and with this step, they are preparing their employees to enter into the digital PR as well. The duration of the program will be of six months and the core program has been designed by experts with additional modules co created with PR24x7 , for PR professionals. It will help to gain the online presence of the brand’s reach and visibility and in turn has a positive effect on search engine visibility, driving increased referral traffic.

Speaking about the association, Founder of PR24x7 , Mr. Atul Malikram says, “As a leading PR firm, we have to be prepared to meet the demands and needs of our clients. For employees such training will help to overcome the bridge of digitalization in future.”

Akbar Ali, Sr. Manager of PR24x7 said that “The entire program has been planned solely for PR 24×7 employees and this collaboration will help in increasing their efficiency and productivity. The training will be given by the experts who are very much enriched in industrial expertise. Soil global team was very helpful in launching this program tailored to our needs.”

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According to the Director,SOIL Ayush Gorani, “Soil global is a global community and an integrated platform for learners and trainers. We are proud to be associated with PR 24×7 and we are extremely happy that PR 24×7 has taken such an initiative to upgrade the skills of their employees.”

Pritish Sarkar, chief instructor SOIL said, “These days, digital skills are required in every working sector and the combination of traditional PR and digital media will do miracle for brands and individual. It is about digital literacy and internet learning which is deeper than digital marketing. We are looking forward to train more than 100 employees of PR 24×7.”