18th November 2016
Brussels: On 16 November during the prestigious 2016 European Public Affairs Awards at the Stanhope Hotel in Brussels, Grayling was officially named “Consultancy of the Year.”
Russell Patten, CEO of Grayling Brussels and Chairman of European Public Affairs said:
“On behalf of my team, I am delighted to receive this award which perfectly reflects the dedication, creativity, and camaraderie not only within the Brussels team, but also across Grayling’s extensive network of Public Affairs offices.”
This award was judged on the basis of all-round excellence in terms of delivery for clients, staff retention, and growth in terms of turnover and profit margin.
He continued: “It is also highly satisfying to be judged by our peers (thank you for your support!) within the Public Affairs world and clearly shows Grayling is a major player within EU-Brussels and the European Public Affairs arena.”
Grayling Public affairs has the largest wholly-owned PA network across Europe and an unrivalled presence in Central & Eastern Europe, providing local expertise on the ground to both local and international businesses and supported by its EU-Brussels hub. The European Network links up with our colleagues across the world to the US, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Russell Patten concluded: “We will savour this moment, are obviously very proud to receive this award, and look forward to continuing to provide our clients across our network with the best possible services.”
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