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Minority and Women-owned Businesses Now Have Access to a Communications Firm Dedicated to Serving Their Unique Needs

Minority and Women-owned Businesses Now Have Access to a Communications Firm Dedicated to Serving Their Unique Needs

A new and specialized agency, Meraki Public Relations was launched today with a mission to capture and showcase the stories of female and minority businesses, brands, and organizations.

With extensive experience in the industry, founder & CEO, Sarindee Patel hopes to create opportunities for a demographic that is often overlooked and underrepresented. “As an immigrant, minority, and a woman, I know first-hand the struggles of having your voice heard. I don’t just want to get our clients a seat at the table, I want to ensure they have a VIP invite,” said Sarindee Patel.

The Austin-based firm is now offering a variety of public relations, event marketing, and strategic communication services to US-based companies including:

  • Press release writing and distribution
  • Media relations
  • Media training
  • Crisis management
  • Thought leadership
  • Community outreach
  • Special events and experiences
  • Event production
  • B2B & B2C events
  • Communication strategy.

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