Agency Feature: Catalyst PR

Catalyst PR agency

How do we define Catalyst PR?

Launched in 1997, Catalyst PR is one of the oldest PR agencies in Tamil Nadu as a 24-year-old PR agency with a focus on image building through print, electronic, and online media. The agency has garnered more than 500+ clients from diverse business backgrounds (from FMCG to IT) to date.

What’s in the name?  

As our name implies, we aim to be like change-makers. We try to accelerate the client’s brand promotion through various PR strategies we offer.

What do we do?

  • Editorial Services
  • Advertorial Services
  • News monitoring Services
  • Media Partnering
  • Event Management

We offer a whole gamut of media services from drafting client’s communication, mapping the correct media to ensuring that their brand is covered in the relevant media serving their target audience.

Why we do it?

  • To be one of South India’s top PR companies, creating values with professionalism.
  • To make a difference everywhere and in everything we engage.

How we evolve?

Customers & Employees are our assets, and we value them utmost.

Catalyst PR has a systematic process in place and a dedicated team for media relations & news monitoring, allowing time for effective project execution.

The high retention rate is a testimony to the systematic approach and work dedication at Catalyst PR.

Social responsibility in media

We offer subsidized rates for those engaging in CSR activities. Some such clients we regularly support are Rotary, Lions Club, Round Table, Rajasthan Youth Association (RYA) & other trade associations like SICCI, Federation of Corrugated Box Manufacturers of India, etc.

The need of the hour

A lot of fake news is there in the industry, which needs to be controlled.

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We learned the hard way

‘Customer is King’ is our success mantra.

The effort, hard work, and positivity are what have made Catalyst PR what it is today.

They work with us

Catalyst PR client list.

The industry as we foresee

The Indian media industry is very supportive. We can get wider coverage at a low cost.

A day without Internet

A day without the internet will keep us away from staying connected with the world.   

Lastly, are you hiring?

No. Not right now.