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JSP’s new corporate office hosts resource centre for journalists 

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JSP Communications has set a new benchmark for Public relations practice in Nigeria and Africa with its new tailor-made corporate head office that has a fully dedicated media center that provides a sophisticated workstation and unlimited Wi-Fi access to journalists in Nigeria. “This is the first of its kind in the history of PR and communications practice in Nigeria,” the PR firm said.

The new JSP PR office and Media Centre also has a digital library with access to books on various subjects and almost 200 magazines covering a variety of topics, from business to politics, fashion, sports, arts and media. To access the center, journalists only need to present their ID cards or book in advance for extended use and research.

Graduates students of Public Relations and Marketing Communications in Nigerian Universities, as well as NIPR, PRCAN and AAPN members, are also welcome to use the new JSP Media Centre, on appointment, for their research work or projects.

The Executive Director of JSP Communications, Ronke Adebule, stated that, the new office decision followed several years of preparation and trend analysis of the makeup of an ideal PR office and an initiative that will be five years ahead of its time.

“We also wanted to operate from a location that will not only provide staff with an unparalleled serene and sophisticated work atmosphere but will also be the most media friendly communications location in the country and probably the entire African continent.

Dr. Phil Osagie, a communication strategist, added that the communications and PR industry is changing at a fast pace globally and every effort must be made to stay ahead of the curve.



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