In your own words what do you do?

I make people and brands famous. I put brands on the spotlight. I strategize media campaigns.

Distinguished Public Relations was conceived around the notion that Public Relations should be a smooth and flawless interface of connection and controlled communication between the public and the client. This should be a well thought-out and smooth operation, with a resourceful impeccable transaction, which allows for a continuous flow of guarded information and guarantees that the image of the client or product is kept focused, clear, consistent and distinguished.

At Distinguished PR we believe that a carefully crafted image is vital to all our clients. We intend for that image which has been conceived and perfected through hard work and strategy to be groomed and defined with a state of the art campaign geared towards an introduction into the public eye using key selectivity measures and a keen awareness of public consciousness.

We at Distinguished PR work on the strengths of our connections and networks in industries ranging from music to digital entertainment to movies to politics down to consumer and communication fields. We have select sources placed at all corners of the market that report back to us on trends and prospects. We consistently strive for excellence. We aim for high impact coverage from all corners of the business and trade industries.


What led you to your setting up Distinguished PR?

The desire to make a difference in the field of communications and impact the way people interact.

Could you walk us through your process of developing your business?

I wanted a business wherein public figures, politicians, fortune 500 brands and commodities will be able to depend on me for all their branding and image needs. To be able to execute well defined pr campaigns that help brands emerge and which allows lawyers, entertainers, pioneers, sportsmen, musicians, companies and doctors to relay their message to the public in a tactical manner.

Did you encounter any particular difficulties in the beginning?

It is always a little scary in the beginning. You just have to believe in yourself, have faith in God and put one foot in front of the next.

What is your long term plan?

I plan to expand nationwide as well as worldwide.

Could you share with us some industry insights?

I believe that cultivating strong relationships with the media is the way to go in this industry. To have a network of media officials you can always count on to share the message of your clients is imperative.

What are some important lessons you’ve learnt about entrepreneurship?

I’ve learned never take no for an answer. Always strive for the best. Never give up. And always have confidence.

Any tips for achieving success?

Drive and passion. Always be motivated to out do your last achievement. And do good to others. Always try to raise the bar and help someone else reach their destination. And always put God first. Integrity is key.


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