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London-based Vcrisis.com hired to head media promotion for Venezuelan President Maduro
Progressive, movement-focused communications firm in Washington, D.C. that represents the Venezuelan Embassy hires Vcrisis.com for blogging, social media, and traditional public relations strategies to promote Venezuela in Europe.
Vcrisis.com will focus on blogging, social media, and traditional public relations strategies. The primary goal of the contract is to “strengthen and improve the Maduro administration’
In June, FitzGibbon Media landed a contract to represent the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington, D.C. The firm will run public relations and media services for the embassy. The contract with Vcrisis.com is an extension of a larger strategy to promote Venezuela internationally.
Vcrisis.com was launched in 2002 in London and boasts an impressive team of professionals including Moises Naim, editor of Foreign Policy Magazine who served as Venezuela's Minister of Trade and Industry from 1989 to 1990; Antonio Guzman-Blanco, a former manager at a major international bank doing business in Venezuela; and Francisco Castillo, an attorney at Hoet Pelaez Castillo & Duque, one of Venezuela's most prestigious law firms.
FitzGibbon Media is a progressive, movement-focused communications firm of grassroots organizers, campaign veterans, creative thinkers, policy wonks, and communications experts. The firm has offices in Washington, D.C.; New York; San Francisco; and London.