Flint PR was launched in 2009 by three Midas PR staffers who left the firm to set up a new agency specialising in the cultural comms industry.
Flint PR director Wol Balston said that following a number of international campaigns, the agency had witnessed ‘spectacular growth and clear opportunity’ in India’s arts market.
‘India clearly has a very vibrant and dynamic cultural sector,’ added Balston.
Flint Asia, officially launching this month, will be based in Delhi and headed by Flint Asia CEO Prianka Sen.
As well as servicing clients throughout Asia, the new agency will also offer PR support to UK and international clients looking to access Asia's media markets.
Confirmed clients include the India Art Fair, Asia House in London, and the debuting Indian edition of the Affordable Art Fair, to launch in September 2012.