The main aim of elimination of the violence against women is to strengthen the economy and promoting women in economy (Peters, and Wolper, (2018). Our agency was founded in 2007 by a group of mass communication enthusiasts seeking to deliver benchmark services through leveraging digital media for promotion and public relations (Foubert, and Bridges, 2017). The digital media and enterprises resources planning in the busienss process have resulted to promoting the women through advertisement and online awareness program.
At ‘Noble Media’, We intent to exploit the power of media to unleash the truth and spread awareness about the cause which truly matters and makes the world a better place to live (Abramsky, et al. 2014).
The core values of the business dictate the way it is operated. Our four core values are:
Integrity in whatever we promote follows true and meaningful purpose
Responsibility for the action we take impacts the society
Authenticity in the sources we bring about information from.
Creativity to provide our clients with the most original and innovative solutions
Therefore, the main objective and core value of the company is to strengthen the economic value and increasing the integrity towards the society.
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