PR Boutiques International (PRBI), a worldwide collaborative network of boutique public relations firms, has added two new members to its prestigious group: Lubbers De Jong based in Amsterdam and MSR Communications based in San Francisco. The organization is now 40 member agencies strong, with representation in 14 countries.
MSR Communications is a full service PR agency specializing in enterprise technology, mobile and internet technology and consumer lifestyle brands, founded in 1999. As CEO/Principal, industry veteran and founder Mary Shank Rockman leads a talented team of associates, always striving to deliver clients new thinking and creative approaches to each challenge through powerful storytelling.
Lubbers De Jong is a PR and Digital Marketing agency that focuses on the technology sector, including: information technology; fintech; marketing-tech; clean-tech; workplace tech; startups and scale ups. Its team members provide trusted counsel to clientele throughout the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg, as well as internationally. Team Lubbers De Jong works to ensure results for its clients to fuel growth, brand communications, content marketing and digital connections. Established in 1987, Peter Keijzer is the current owner of the agency.
“We continue to grow PRBI domestically and abroad to be a true global consortium of PR leaders with both geographic and industry expertise,” said Lee Weinstein, PRBI President and President of Weinstein PR located in Portland, Ore. “The knowledge sharing, comradery and new business opportunities shared among our members is incredible. To be a small agency able to leverage global perspectives and vast leadership talent is a huge advantage and one of the many reasons PRBI continues to thrive.”