Primary Communication connects with Code Red PR network

By Craig Daveson in Marcoms News on
Primary Communication was announced today as the Australia and New Zealand partner of the security-focused Code Red PR network.
 
Primary Communication account director Elaine Banoub said the partnership would allow the team to access a global network of services and provide unique local campaigns as part of a broader effort.
 
“IT security is a massive issue from the boardroom to the shopfront of every company and government group in Australia and New Zealand. Our technology clients do much more than provide systems, they are also contributing to the public dialogue,” said Banoub.
 
“We’re proud to welcome Primary Communication as the Australian and New Zealand partner, and as part of our overall strategy to offer global security communications support and opportunities for our clients in the security industry,” added Code Red founder Dianne Canham.

 

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