Botica Butler Raudon + Passion join worldwide PR network

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NEW YORK, Wednesday: Auckland PR outfit Botica Butler Raudon Partners (and its digital arm Passion PR) is one of seven companies to sign up with PR Boutiques International, a worldwide collaborative network of boutique public relations firms.

The others are Galvanise (India), CarusoPR (Chicago), eVerythink (Madrid), Galvanise (India), LaunchIt (San Diego), and Polkadot Sydney).

“We are adding new members at a quick pace as agencies seek out PRBI as a way to align themselves for the global economy and client needs,” said PRBI president Amanda Foley, of member agency Kiterocket (Phoenix).

“We now count 45 members across 19 countries, which is a powerful tool for business development, being able to tap category and geographic experts around the globe.”

PRBI welcomes the following new members. The collective describes its newest member: “Botica Butler Raudon is a full-service corporate communications consultancy with a consumer and digital arm, Passion PR.

“We now count 45 members across 19 countries, which is a powerful tool for business development.”

“Founded in 1987, it delivers sound strategy and compelling creative coupled with seamless execution by a highly experienced team. Specialty services include crisis and issues communications, tech and science PR, media training, stakeholder relations, litigation support, social media management and consumer PR.

“With backgrounds in performing arts, research, government and corporate affairs the team at Botica Butler Raudon offers clients a powerful, flexible and most importantly, effective communications service.”

About PR Boutiques International
PR Boutiques International (PRBI) is an international network of boutique public relations firms. The principals of member firms are experienced practitioners who have held senior positions in large PR agencies and/or corporations and now put service first by working directly with clients. PRBI members excel in a wide range of client needs in many industries. Members’ services include corporate public relations, consumer PR, health care PR, investor relations, crisis management, business‐to‐business PR, economic development PR, not‐for‐profit, academia, government, financial, technology, legal, multicultural and international PR. Member practitioners have won the highest levels of professional awards, with qualifications ranging from PhDs to former top journalists. They also represent memberships in the most noteworthy international public relations and business associations.

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