5W Public Relations is appointed PR agency of record for NFTfi, a peer-to-peer loan marketplace that lets non-fungible token (NFT) holders unlock the liquidity of their assets in the form of cryptocurrency loans. 5WPR will work with the company to build brand awareness, highlighting NFTfi as a pioneer within the NFT collateralized loan category, as well as position it as a solution for borrowers and lenders. “NFTfi has recognized an additional opportunity for lenders and borrowers to benefit within this new category of digital assets,” said Matthew Caiola, president of 5WPR’s corporate and technology practice.


Walt & Company signs on as public relations agency of record for Ark7, a securitized fractional real estate investment platform. The agency will operate alongside the Ark7 marketing and investor relations teams to develop and implement a strategic communications program that will include thought leadership and investor education initiatives, ongoing media relations and executive positioning campaigns. The Ark7 portfolio currently includes properties in Arizona, California, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and Washington, with plans underway to expand to other markets across the US. “We selected Walt & Company as our public relations partner based on its creative and strategic communications capabilities," said Ark7 co-founder and CEO Andy Zhao.


Bubble Agency is named PR agency of record for the Entertainment Globalization Association, a trade association that works with creative talent to help them repurpose their content for audiences in different cultures and languages. Led by Bubble Agency head of Americas Kim Willsher and senior account director Laura Cabarcos, the agency team will focus on raising awareness of the EGA among content creators, with a particular focus on promoting the EGA Insights Committee’s consumer research. “Bubble Agency’s deep expertise in the media and entertainment technology and services industry will help us raise awareness of these insights so that creatives can understand where there are opportunities to better entertain their global audiences,” said EGA managing director Chris Fetner.