Campaign India Team
May 11, 2009

Holmes Report names Weber Shandwick as global agency of the year

The Holmes Report has named Weber Shandwick as the global agency of the year. The agency will be honoured on May 12 in New York, at the US SABRE Awards, which are sponsored by The Holmes Report, a PR industry newsletter. Commenting on the recognition given to Weber Shandwick, The Holmes Report stated, "Weber Shandwick is not only the largest public relations brand in the world, it is also the strongest, perhaps the only firm that ranks among the top three in both size and quality in all three of the major regions in which it operates.”

Holmes Report names Weber Shandwick as global agency of the year

The Holmes Report has named Weber Shandwick as the global agency of the year. The agency will be honoured on May 12 in New York, at the US SABRE Awards, which are sponsored by The Holmes Report, a PR industry newsletter.

Commenting on the recognition given to Weber Shandwick, The Holmes Report stated, "Weber Shandwick is not only the largest public relations brand in the world, it is also the strongest, perhaps the only firm that ranks among the top three in both size and quality in all three of the major regions in which it operates.”

Said Harris Diamond, CEO, Weber Shandwick, “I am immensely proud of this recognition, particularly in this challenging economic environment. It is a wonderful reflection on our talented team of professionals throughout our global network. Our clients have provided us with some of the most demanding and exciting opportunities of our time, as we work with them to support efforts to have their voices heard, products launched and reputations safeguarded.”

Tim Sutton, chairman of Weber Shandwick Asia Pacific said, “We are delighted at The Holmes Report’s recognition of the enormous progress we have made to become a powerful top three player in the Asia Pacific region.”

 

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Campaign India

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