Ad Verum is an independent integrated communications agency, operating successfully since 2004. Awards winning communication solutions are offered in all Baltic states – Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
Ad Verum offers communication solutions based on integrated and proactive information management strategies. Due to our consistent devotion to professional approach and highly client-oriented manner we have managed to earn the trust of our customers – from small start-ups to large corporations. We follow the simple principle that there are no unimportant clients, small problems or insignificant projects.
Together we can bear and nurture priceless ideas, establish new business contacts and achieve even the most ambitious goals. We are devoted to carefully studying the needs of our clients so we can offer only tailor-made original solutions aimed at differentiating their products and services in the most competitive business environments.
We enable organizations to communicate their visions and achieve objectives, and we know what it takes to make a story happen.
- Consumer Products / Services
- Financial Services
- Marketing / Media / Entertainment
- Professional Services
- Real Estate
- Brand Development
- Business-to-Business and Consumer Communications
- Community Relations
- Content marketing
- Corporate Communications
- Crisis Management and Communications
- Digital / Social Media Communication
- Editorial Services
- Events Management
- Financial communication
- Graphic design and audiovisual production
- Internal Communications and Employer branding
- Marketing Communications
- Media Relations
- Media Training
- Public Affairs
Ieva Naujalyte brings 12 years of experience in media and PR. Bachelor’s degree in Project Management, Master’s degree in Public Relations, EMBA degree. Grew up with the agency, and grew the agency up since 2008.
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Daina Elena Andrikiene
Founder, PR Consultant
Daina Andrikiene has extensive 20 years of experience in media and PR, recognized corporate communications and crisis communication counsellor. Master of Lithuanian philology, studies of journalism.
Executive Director, PR consultant
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A Bill of Rights for PR Firms
by Rick Gould on March 15, 2017 at 2:28 pm
Overservicing among PR firms doesn’t simply mean working for nothing. It’s a lot more costly. That’s because when your firm starts to expand client services — without being adequately compensated — it has a negative effect on the rest of the operation. Indeed, the repercussions for overservicing can make a bad situation considerably worse. The post A Bill of Rights for PR Firms appeared first on PRGN. […]
Cyber crisis communication
by Toomas Kull on February 7, 2017 at 2:32 pm
Reports of new data breaches and cyberattacks appear in media headlines regularly. It was just a matter of time until a new “mega breach” would occur, and a new record was set in September 2016 by the technology company Yahoo. The post Cyber crisis communication appeared first on PRGN. […]
ASEAN Tourism beckons
by Boh Tiong Yap on January 26, 2017 at 12:00 pm
Visitor arrivals in ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) had been rising steadily from 62 million to 109 million in 2015 and the picture is a very rosy one. The post ASEAN Tourism beckons appeared first on PRGN. […]
The Paraphernalia of Comms 2017
by Evelyn Holtzhausen on January 18, 2017 at 11:36 am
“What happens in Vegas, no longer stays in Vegas: It goes viral.” If you take a global view of PR and communications, nothing is more clear than the fact that the environment has changed irrevocably and forever. The post The Paraphernalia of Comms 2017 appeared first on PRGN. […]
by Evelyn Holtzhausen on December 12, 2016 at 12:55 pm
May 2017 deliver many happy clients who love everything that you do for them and who recommend your great agency to their business contacts and friends. May your profits soar. The post Happy Festivities appeared first on PRGN. […]