Through its partnership with ePressPack, the Syntec Conseil en Relations Publics recognizes an innovative offering dedicated to public relations.
« We are excited to welcome ePressPack as a new partner of the Syntec Conseil en Relations Publics » stated Thierry Wellhof, who is heading the Syntec Relations Publics. « Through its innovative approach to interactive relations with the communities of influence, among which the journalists, ePressPack positions itself in the heart of company’s communications strategy towards their audiences”.
Founded in September 2011, ePressPack is an innovative French SME whose ambition is to boost its French and international customers press relations through the use of interactive multi-channel, multi-platform communications services. ePressPack’ s offering encompasses three product lines: the “interactive press release”, to release under in both an email and a web format, a rich photo/video content press information, the “interactive press kit” for a rich and targeted communication around an event, an exhibition or a product announcement, and, finally, the interactive press room /media room, turning a traditional press room into a true exchange tool for key audiences such as journalists and opinion leaders (bloggers, investors…)
Among its major customers, ePressPack boasts 40 large companies such as Louis Vuitton,
Sanofi, Qatar Foundation … and generates 40% of its revenues from exports, having gained the confidence and recognition of the largest communications agencies in Europe of which are Havas WorldWide, Publicis Consultants, Ketchum… who have recommended ePressPack to their respective customers. ePressPack today employs 12 people.
« ePressPack demonstrates its momentum both at seduction level and interactive components level which is a key elements in a networked world” stated Antoun Sfeir, CEO of ePressPack. We see our selection by the Syntec, a leading public relations player, as another sign of recognition of our capacity to meet their most innovative communications ambitions”.