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After a PR audition which included successfully managing Sonos' Canadian media relations for CES in 2012, iPR was hired as the company's AOR. Since getting on board, iPR has had the good fortune of introducing some rock solid additions to the line-up including the Sonos Sub, Playbar and Play 1 and close to 25 software updates (honestly) all which just made us love music even more.
The iPR Group has been handling Linksys in Canada since 2007 through thick and thin including the purchase of the company by Belkin in 2013. Not only did we get to retain Linksys after the purchase but we were able to add two great brands in Belkin and WeMo to our roster.
If streaming is the future (and it is) then we are in luck with the addition of Roku to our line-up of clients in-the-know. iPR started working with Roku in March 2015 taking on the launch of a hardware and software update. The launch was centred on a media tour for Toronto and Montreal that saw 40 media briefed in two days. Quickly following that we worked on the introduction of Roku TV in conjun
When The iPR Group connected with Bed Bath & Beyond in 2008 there was one store in Ontario; there are now almost 50 across Canada so needless to say we have enjoyed the ride. The chain gives us great access to lifestyle and decor media interested in campaigns for bridal, off to university, holiday and seasonal programs. In case that isn't enough the company opened its first buybuyBABY outlet in th
In the crowded smartphone market it can be tough to break through but if you have a good product and the right contacts you can get noticed. ZTE, one of China's largest mobile phone companies, hired iPR to crack the Canadian media code in 2013. Since hiring iPR in 2013 ZTE has announced four devices including its first smartphone, tablet and the opening of the ZTE Canada R&D Centre in Ottawa.
Can 60 million users be wrong? Highly unlikely, which is why iPR was excited to start working in the summer of 2014 with the innovative presentation software known as Prezi. In less than five years Prezi has grown exponentially with Canada becoming one of its leading markets. The iPR Group handles Prezi's media relations with a focus on placing stories in key business and vertical markets.
The iPR Group is in its third year of service with Xerox, having started as its AOR in January 2013. iPR functions primarily as an adjunct to Xerox's PR department, providing media relations on an extended range of products and services that comprise Xerox's business.
Having a client on board for more than 15 years is an equally gratifying and humbling accomplishment. iPR was hired in 1999 to power up the Manpower's media relations its Manpower Employment Outlook Survey (MEOS). Now with more than 60 quarters, 2,500 news releases and 6,000 hits under our belt MEOS is a leading index for media and analysts looking for employer hiring intentions.
iPR has been the agency of record for ViewSonic, a world leader in innovative desktop technology, since January of 2014. The agency handles media relations for their award-winning products including monitors, smart displays, projectors, digital signage and touch devices, as well as desktop virtualization and cloud computing products.
iPR has been working on project assignments for one of southern Ontario's most watched media outlets CHCH TV for three years. Our assignments have included the Canadian premiere of Avatar, the launch of Rewind movie channel, CH-CH-ing a viewer loyalty program, a Jeopardy media tour with Alex Trebek and the return of the iconic Tiny Talent Time show.
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