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[September 21, 2013]

10 Best Investor Public Relations Agencies Revealed by toppragencies.com for September 2013

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) September 21, 2013 The independent authority on public relations, toppragencies.com, has disclosed the 10 top investor relations consultants in the September 2013 edition of the rankings promoted online. Businesses looking for reputable investor relations consultants access the rankings at toppragencies.com. Each investor relations service showcased within the rankings has been put through a meticulous evaluation to learn how well they perform compared to industry standards and competitors.

The 10 best investor relations companies for September 2013 are: 1) RLM Finsbury 2) Breakstone Group, Inc.

3) Pierpont Communications, Inc.

4) Cramer-Krasselt 5) Padilla Speer Beardsley 6) Ogilvy Public Relations 7) KCSA Strategic Communications 8) Bensirri PR 9) Qorvis Communications, LLC 10) Walek & Associates The toppragencies.com independent research team spends time researching investor public relations companies by taking a meticulous look at key strengths and competitive advantages of competing PR companies. The rankings are produced through the use of a set of evaluation verticals. The five verticals used to benchmark and compare investor public relations companies include presentation, communications, reporting, needs analysis, and overall performance. PR companies are put to the test to ensure the best companies are listed to assist businesses in selecting the absolute best investor public relations companies to meet their specific needs.

ABOUT toppragencies.com toppragencies.com is an established independent research firm focusing on the evaluation and ratings of public relations firms all around the world. The ratings are crafted by the independent research team each month to highlight the top investor public relations firms based on their performance and their rating achieved through the proprietary evaluation process.

The 10 best investor relations consultants for September 2013 can be found at: http://investor-relations-firms.toppragencies.com/best-investor-relations-public-relations.

Investor public relations services interested in being evaluated can visit: http://www.toppragencies.com/apply-for-rankings.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11142419.htm (c) 2013 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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