Prowly Appoints Communications Lead

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Rafal Salak has been appointed Communications Lead at Prowly. He will oversee global communications for the company

At the beginning of February, Rafal Salak has been appointed as the new Communications Lead at Prowly, a SaaS platform from Poland. His main responsibilities are planning and execution of the communication strategy, with a strong focus on the global market.
Rafał Sałak has been in the PR industry since 2012. Prior to joining Prowly, he worked at Hill+Knowlton Strategies for three years, working closely with the agency’s clients, including Spotify, Facebook, CI Games, NetApp, BlackBerry or Wacom. He’s been recognized by the PR industry, receiving awards like the SABRE Award 2015 and the Golden Clip 2015 (with the rest of the team), and was awarded for the Lords of the Fallen video game launch campaign and the Proton 2015 for the best team in a PR company in Poland. He graduated from the Jagiellonian University of Cracow, Poland.
Prowly has recently published a press release about the $1.1M investment raised through the Internet Ventures fund, managed by Private Equity Managers Group and Bluerank. The funding will support the global expansion of the platform. Read more
About Prowly
Prowly is an online platform for PR pros designed to streamline their media relations efforts. At the heart of Prowly’s technology are Brand Journals, which enable companies and agencies to put all of their social and video channels, photos and blog posts in one place that streams their brand story on a continual basis. Several hundred professionals already use Prowly, including PR team members working for brands such as IKEA, Spotify and National Geographic. Prowly is a member of the European Tech Alliance, alongside some of the biggest technology startups from Europe (Spotify, BlaBlaCar, Deezer), supporting the European Commission in the Digital Single Market (DSM) project. READ MORE

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