26th May 2016
Grayling has been named Agency of the Year in Eastern Europe at the prestigious Holmes Report SABRE Awards EMEA. The citation notes the agency's comprehensive footprint across the region, and its high profile regional assignments, including British Airways, Google, HP and Visa.
Jan Simunek, CEO of Continental Europe, says: "This award is more than a reflection of the last 12 months. It’s the result of more than 20 years of hard work to build and sustain a network in Central and Eastern Europe which can match the standards set by the very best consultancies in Western Europe and the US. We are still best known for multi-country work in the region, and it’s true that we are working with most of our clients in more than one CEE country, but I am glad that the jury also recognised our strength in Public Affairs as that is now responsible for almost half of our revenues in the region.”
The EMEA SABRE Awards are some of the most prestigious international awards in the PR industry. More than 2,000 entries from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa are entered in various categories and reviewed by an international jury consisting of communications and branding experts from consultancies and companies. The awards are presented by the Holmes Group, a leading global PR and publishing operation specialising in research and trend monitoring in Public Relations.
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