Fashion Success at the Click of a Mouse: Instant Gratification and Online Fashion PR

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Professional marketing services have never been more convenient for fashion designers. Polina Fashion has coupled fashion PR with the instant gratification to help fashion labels the world over with best-in-class services in a new, innovative delivery system.

It's a sign of the times -- or even of things to come. Today you can buy a pizza on your computer just like buying a book on Amazon and it will be at your door in under an hour. Why not marketing and public relations? The immediate question that comes to mind is, "why on earth would you need marketing services instantly?" For designers and labels feeling the pinch of a deadline or the approaching demands of Fashion Week, they could either burn the midnight oil, or go online and call in the experts.

Polina Fashion LLC (http://www.polinafashion.com) has provided the fashion community with public relations for years, and while they are still a young company, they have always sought to innovate.

"I want my company's success to be based upon best-in-show service; we cannot claim to have the very best if we do not seek to innovate at every turn" says Polina Raygorodskaya, the company president. Their newest offering to the world of fashion is essentially "success on-demand." Many designers currently using a public relations firm or even those that never have talked to one before, can now, in a few mouse clicks, have instant marketing, public relations, graphic design, social networking, or search engine rankings services at their fingertips.

"With the convenience of the internet and the cash flow of the average fashion label tighter than usual, we have made it easier than ever to get professional assistance and services -- all with extremely low risks to them." says Raygorodskaya. Basic economics aside, the search to 'get to market' faster has always been a desire of management and entrepreneurs alike. When asked what inspired this on-demand service, she responded: "Time is money. In many ways this is an evolution of how public relations will be offered. This was an inevitable shift in the status quo."

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