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New Nordics Partner For Grayling

13th January 2017


Strategic partnership provides regional synergy

Stockholm, Sweden – January 13, 2017 – International communications agency, Grayling today unveils Narva as its strategic affiliate partner for the Nordics region.

Founded in 2000, Narva has grown to become a strong player, counting SAS, Telia, Bausch+Lomb and the Swedish Red Cross among its clients, and providing services not just in Sweden but across the Nordics region.

Jan Simunek, CEO Continental Europe for Grayling said: “In reviewing our position in the Nordics, we required a number of things – a partner with the capacity to hub campaigns across the Nordics, a fully integrated Public Relations and Public Affairs offer, and smart thinking in line with our own culture. We have already worked with Narva on some specific projects which went very well and gave them the chance to demonstrate all of these things.”

Johan Molander, Narva’s Managing Partner said: “With its unrivalled footprint, Grayling is rightly recognized as a force to be reckoned with in Europe. We are delighted to be the agency’s partner of choice in Sweden and the Nordics.”


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