We are excited to be working with Strivr as it expands and grows its brand throughout the U.S.
(PRWEB) January 11, 2016
“We are excited to be working with Strivr as it expands and grows its brand throughout the U.S.,” said Ola Danilina, chief executive officer and founder of PMBC Group. “Strivr gives a voice to many people who may feel uncomfortable asking for help otherwise, and encourages users to lend a hand whenever they can – whether it’s providing a ride or recommending places to visit while on a trip.”
PMBC Group will develop and execute a multi-faceted media relations campaign by leveraging the company’s rapid growth, heartwarming testimonials and unique founder story. Zach Gray, Strivr’s founder and chief executive officer, conceptualized the app as a sophomore at Lehigh University in an effort to create a space for people to comfortably ask for help without feeling guilty. By eliminating the barriers to asking for help, Strivr changes the social network paradigm from watching to participating, and connects people through truly meaningful interactions.
For more information about Strivr, please visit http://www.strivr.com.
About PMBC Group
PMBC Group is a fast-growing public relations agency based in Los Angeles, with offices in Beverly Hills. PMBC is dedicated to delivering tactical, results-driven public relations campaigns that build brand value and advance immediate and long-term business goals. PMBC’s success-proven formulas are designed to navigate the modern media landscape utilizing a collaboration of new and traditional media to achieve strategic media exposure to reach key consumer audiences, industry influencers, investors and other constituents that matter to our clients. PMBC is comprised of a team of professionals of varied backgrounds from public relations, journalism, social media, merchandising, product development, venture capital, entertainment and hospitality. For more information please visit http://www.pmbcgroup.com.
Initially established as a way for college students to perform helpful tasks for their peers - such as chargers or Advil in the library, coffee delivered, rides to the airport - Strivr has evolved to become so much more. Today, it is a place where users can also ask for "virtual" assistance such as TV show or music recommendations, good college electives to consider or best menu items at a restaurant. Strivr is currently available via iOS, with an Android build in development. For more information please visit http://www.strivr.com, like on Facebook and follow on Twitter.