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SPRG announces 250th IPO media release

PR agency SPRG has announced the 250th time it has press released an IPO in Hong Kong.

The announcement:

(Hong Kong, 3 September 2013) – The award-winning agency, Strategic Public Relations Group (“SPRG” or the “Group”), has completed its 250th listing communications programme today.

The achievement reinforces SPRG’s position as leader of the Hong Kong IPO/IR market, and once again highlights its professionalism in delivering tailor-made financial communications campaigns to clients.

Since inception, SPRG has handled various high-profile IPOs in Hong Kong, including those involving Chinese mainland incorporated companies (H-shares) and leading privately owned enterprises from the PRC, some of which represented record-breaking fund raising exercises during their respective listing period. Irrespective of company size, SPRG provides the best IPO/IR services to its clients, many of whom go on to earn the respect of the investment community. As the Group also possesses expertise in assisting foreign corporation tap the Hong Kong/Asia market, it has been responsible for many “first of its kind” IPOs, including the first Brazilian, Canadian, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian and Russian listings, as well as the first HDR and first fundraising HDR programmes.

The financial communications programmes SPRG devised for its clients are well recognised by the industry, and have received local, regional and even international awards, including the Bulldog Awards for Excellence in Media and Publicity Campaign, International Business Awards, Gold Standard Awards, Asia Pacific PR Awards, SABRE Awards and many other accolades.

The Group’s success can be attributed to a stable and professional workforce, whose dedication and loyalty has resulted in the high conversion of IPO clients into long-term partnerships. Currently, SPRG is serving over 150 listed companies in Hong Kong.

Source: press release

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