Apex Public Relations announces two new clients

Apex Public Relations has announced two new clients from two completely separate business arenas: snacks and chainsaws. The Toronto-based agency is set to oversee corporate and consumer communications for Taste of Nature, which produces organic products in 38 countries. Apex will be involved with both social media initiatives and brand messaging. It’s second new client […]

Apex Public Relations has announced two new clients from two completely separate business arenas: snacks and chainsaws.

The Toronto-based agency is set to oversee corporate and consumer communications for Taste of Nature, which produces organic products in 38 countries. Apex will be involved with both social media initiatives and brand messaging.

It’s second new client win, Husqvarna Canada, is a major player in outdoor power equipment.

According to a release, Apex will oversee “Canadian corporate media relations and consumer engagement surrounding the brand’s high quality lawn and garden equipment, which is used by corporations and consumers across the country.”

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