Probably the only Russian integrated communications agency that has equally well-developed PR, Events, Digital and SMM expertise.
Thanks to this wide area of knowledge PRT can plan and conduct really big and complicated integrated communications projects as well as generate strong ideas.
Our mission

We believe that stories as a part of the modern global media landscape which is consolidated online can be called one of the main brand assets.

As opposite to many PR agencies we have always "hooked" clients with our creative ideas, understanding of technological, cultural and sub-cultural trends as well as with our passion. Later we added to those our multistage and smooth approach to project managemet.

Our story

PR-Technologies was founded in 1998.

In 2004 we started to form a brand new team focused on creative PR solutions. The same year we won our first international clients such as METRO Cash & Carry, Siebel, etc.

In 2006 the first IZMENI SOZNANIE digital marketing conference was held in Tel-Aviv. Thus PRT had become one of the biggest independent event producers doing entertainment and business projects for the Russian digital industry.

In 2009 we launched our own digital department staking on creative and strategic online solutions. One of those became the full scale project "Escape from Moscow" we produced by ourselves. For several months Russian bloggers travelled across South-Eastern Asia, creating a pack of text, photo and video content.

In 2013 PR-Technologies changed its name to PRT and created a new SMM and Community Building department within the existing digital communications practice. For less than one year it had become one of the market leaders.

April 1, 2015 PRT became an affiliate partner of Edelman - the world's biggest communications agency.

We are storytellers
so we are the people who create and tell stories

PRT headquarter is on Yauza
River. It is a loft designed by
Alexander Brodsky – the famous Russian conceptual architect.

It was him who created a strange but gorgeous construction made of tin placing it in the middle of the office space. He also hung the lamps looking exactly the same as those used in the Moscow subway.