service units

Stakeholder Relations and Integrated Communications Services

Our Stakeholder Relations and Integrated Communications Services Unit is set up to deliver consultancy and services across the entire suit of external or public relations; media relations; corporate communications or internal relations; and marketing communications.

It offers complete perception management for our clients to adequately position them for total success both internally and externally.

Our Stakeholder Relations practice consists of specialist consultants, with strong background in the mobile communications and broadcast sectors in Nigeria. Our consultants have impressive pedigree with professional linkages and affiliations to the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) and others such as the London School of Public Relations (LSPR), Our consultants also have management experience in the information and communications industry in Nigeria.

This positions us very well to deliver world class stakeholder relations and integrated marketing communications services in Nigeria’s information and communications technology industry.

Additionally, we draw on the competences of our consultants and professionals who have impressive project and management experience in the Mobile Communications; Marketing and Stakeholder Relations; as well as the Finance and Banking sectors of the Nigerian economy.

Our unique blend of skills and organizational cohesion places us in a vantage position to deliver on world class projects, services and consultancy cutting across various sectors of the economy.

With a deep and extensive knowledge of the Nigerian business environment possessed by our consultants and partners; world-class technology tools, office equipment and support systems; diligent data analysis and systems investigation; as well as professional solutions and service delivery, Rembrandt Global Solutions is very well placed to provide robust support and services to our clients: consumers; SMEs; Corporates; Government and NGOs across various segments of the Nigerian economy.

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