PRGN: A Global Force for Local PR

Our Global Network of Local PR Partners Bring You On-The-Ground Expertise Worldwide 

Do you need PR support for a new automotive manufacturing facility in Mexico? 
Or are you announcing a new technical R&D center in China? 
Or are you navigating public affairs with the European Union? 
Or media interviews arranged around your CEO’s appearance at IAA? 

Our network, PRGN, can help you. 

Fearey has been a Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) member since 1992, representing the Pacific Northwest region. Since then, Fearey has collaborated with several PRGN partner agencies to provide clients with specialized local PR support in markets where that extra precision really makes a difference. 

PRGN maintains vetted member PR agencies in virtually every major market worldwide—70 locations and counting!—and has recently focused on expanding our presence in the emerging Asia-Pacific and African regions.  

Unlike many networks, which are just loose affiliations of agencies, PRGN is a tight-knit group of agency owners who meet regularly in person—at least twice a year—to strengthen relationships, share expertise and build skills together. 

The entrepreneurs at these independent agencies are deeply experienced professionals—well-known and respected leaders in their respective markets. Before starting their own agencies, these principals often managed the local branch office for a global PR mega-agency or worked as top-tier journalists. 

All of them sought a better way to serve clients, free of the bureaucracy and politics of mega-agencies. As independent agency owners, they can assure clients that they receive the senior attention and superior service they deserve. 

These PRGN agency owners (all of whom speak English) can provide our clients with localized, targeted, effective counsel and guidance … because they know the local market, language, customs, media and political environment.

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Some of the PRGN agency leaders at a recent PRGN Conference in San Francisco

Working together for a common purpose, these owners have become close colleagues, friends and mentors to each other. Each is willing to go the extra mile for their partners and clients. 

Like when we reached out to Integrate Communications, our partner in Japan, to help our client with PR around the opening of a tech center in Tokyo. They went above and beyond to make sure that every single media target attended and covered the event … despite monsoon-level rain. 

The trust that had been built and fostered with their team made all the difference—to us, and to our client. 

PRGN’s success is based on powerful relationships forged through personal interaction, shared goals and mutual benefits. Because the relationships among owners are personal, the PRGN partners strive to meet and exceed each other’s client expectations. 

If you need PR support in Korea, our newest market, government relations assistance in Washington DC, publicity help in the Middle East, or European investor relations roadshows, our PRGN partners are ready and willing to help. 

Contact Aaron Blank at ablank@feareygroup.com for more information about PRGN. 

Curious where our PRGN partners are located? Check out the list below or go to PRGN.com for more information.


Alexander PR – Auckland, New Zealand 
China Advocate– Beijing, China 
Currie – Melbourne, Australia 
Integrate Communications – Tokyo, Japan 
LBS Communications Consulting Ltd – Hong Kong, China 
Mileage Communications – Singapore 
Mileage Communications India – New Delhi, India 
Perspective Strategies – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
PR House Co., Ltd. – Seoul, South Korea 

Europe / MiddleEast / Africa 

accelent communications – Vienna, Austria 
Adverum – Vilnius, Lithuania 
Alkemi Collective – Cape Town & Johannesburg, South Africa 
Aristo Communications – Istanbul, Turkey 
Athenora Consulting – Brussels, Belgium 
Cabinet Privé de Conseils, S.A.– Geneva & Bern, Switzerland 
Coast Communications – Stockholm, Sweden 
cometis AG – Wiesbaden, Germany 
Cullen Communications– Dublin, Ireland 
Ellun Kanat Oy – Helsinki, Finland 
Free Communication – Bucharest, Romania 
Global. – Lisbon, Portugal 
Goodwill Communications – Budapest, Hungary 
Industrie-Contact– Hamburg, Germany 
KAMIR– Tel Aviv, Israel 
NettResults Middle East – Abu Dhabi & Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Jeddah & Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 
The Newmark Group – Nairobi, Kenya, Africa 
OneMulti – Warsaw, Poland 
Scandinavian Communications – Copenhagen, Denmark 
Sound Public Relations – Milan, Italy 
Spider – London, UK 
Two cents – Brussels, Belgium & Boxtel, Netherlands 
WE agency – Paris, France 


Bianchi Public Relations – Detroit, Michigan (USA) 
Buchanan Public Relations – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA) 
The Castle Group – Atlanta, Georgia & Boston, Massachusetts (USA) 
Eje Comunicación – Mexico City, Mexico 
Fearey – Seattle, Washington (USA) 
Ghidotti– Little Rock, Arkansas (USA) 
HMA Public Relations – Phoenix, Arizona (USA) 
The Hoyt Organization, Inc. – Greater Los Angeles Area, California (USA) 
IDENTIA / PR– Buenos Aires, Argentina 
L.C. Williams & Associates– Chicago, Illinois (USA) 
Landis Communications Inc. (LCI)– San Francisco & Silicon Valley, California (USA) 
Media Profile Inc. – Toronto, Ontario (Canada) 
Novitas Communications– Denver, Colorado (USA) 
Peritus PR – Birmingham, Alabama (USA) 
Race Communications– Goiás, Rio de Janeiro & São Paulo, Brazil 
REED Public Relations– Nashville, Tennessee (USA) 
Roopco.– Cleveland, Ohio (USA) 
RumboCierto Comunicaciones – Santiago de Chile, Chile 
S&A Communications– Raleigh Durham, North Carolina (USA) 
Southard Communications– New York City, New York (USA) 
Three Box Strategic Communications– Dallas, Texas (USA) 
Xenophon Strategies, Inc.– Washington, DC (USA)