By Dipo Olowookere
Foremost independent PR measurement and evaluation agency in Nigeria, P+ Measurement Services, is celebrating its third anniversary.
P+ Measurement Services has been providing detailed and unbiased media monitoring, measurement and performance audit services in Nigeria.
Its clientele includes local and multinational companies in the banking, insurance, assets management, oil & gas, breweries, airlines, government, NGOs and PR & Advertising agencies.
The company was established in 2015 by a PR expert, Mr Philip Odiakose, and the firm is now one of the top three service providers in West Africa.
The company dedicates majority of its resources to research and development, timely delivery of services, human capacity development, and new product and service offerings, in support of Nigeria’s constantly growing communications industry.
To commemorate its third anniversary, P+ Measurement Services has re-launched its website, moved to a new service centre located in the central business district of Lagos and is organizing the AMEC’s measurement month with staff, shareholders and partners.
The third anniversary celebration of P+ Measurement Services is a look back to the company’s history and achievements in redefining the Nigerian marketing communications landscape through the introduction of independent PR measurement and evaluation services.
Speaking at the anniversary, Mr Philip Odiakose, Lead Consultant, P+ measurement Services said. “I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to our various stakeholders for their support over the years including our clients, regulatory body, suppliers, media partners, other business partners and above all, my colleagues.
“With their continual support and with the foundation built in the past, I have great confidence that P+ Measurement Services will do much better in the coming years.”
“We have already built a strong base of operations, we have established the importance of independent media monitoring, measurement and evaluation and we have even moved into a bigger office to accommodate more business,
“I believe all of this goes to show that we are here for the long haul, providing quality insight that informs profitable business decisions,” he added.
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