Independent Public Relations (PR) and integrated communications firm Media Mantra has been awarded the PR mandate for Uplers – a leading technology talent matchmaking firm. The agency will oversee all media communications for the brand’s business operations and services.
Acting in its role as a strategic PR partner, Media Mantra will be seen aligning the communications and reinforcing Uplers’ market leadership in India. The reputed agency will be seen working on Uplers’ corporate reputation and awareness, amplifying its visibility, strategic communication counsel, and overall public relations and media relations. With this partnership, Uplers aims to highlight its unique value proposition and raise awareness about how the brand is helping matchmake India’s top technology and digital talent with global companies offering remote full-time, long-term job opportunities.
Mrs Pooja Pathak, Founder and Director, Media Mantra said, “We at Media Mantra, are thrilled to be collaborating with a fast-growing brand like Uplers. With a clear understanding of the brand’s ambitions and priorities, we are conscious of our role as strategic advisers and intend to use our vast experience and unmatched expertise to implement creative, disruptive, and strong public relations campaigns that will help Uplers elevate their brand reputation and engagement in the ever-competitive market.”
Mr Dhaivat Mehta, Vice President of Brand and Marketing, Uplers said, “We are excited about our new strategic partnership with Media Mantra. We will be counting on the firm’s experience and expertise to help us strengthen our brand visibility and market position. Uplers’ mission is to make hiring, and getting hired, simple, fast, and reliable. For Indian tech talent this means unlocking the door to work-from-anywhere, flexible work hours, access to global companies, cutting-edge projects, higher compensation and much more. Together with the Media Mantra team we’d like to ensure that Indian talent has the apt insights to benefit from the opportunities which are being shaped by the future of work.”