Brodeur Worldwide Signs Thai Affiliate
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Brodeur Worldwide Signs Thai Affiliate

Bangkok-based public relations firm Spark Communications, founded in 2000 and with 11 communications professionals, has joined the Brodeur Worldwide Asia Pacific network.

Paul Holmes

HONG KONG—Bangkok-based public relations firm Spark Communications has joined the Brodeur Worldwide Asia Pacific network.

According to Brodeur chief executive officer Andrea Carney, “Brodeur clients greatly value our commitment to provide a consistent client service experience globally. Delivering upon that commitment starts with our selection of partners with whom we work. With its delivery of fresh, innovative thinking and spot-on results, Spark Communications exemplifies the type of partner best suited to maintain our high standards of client service excellence throughout the world.”

Founded in 2000, Spark Communications employs 11 communications professionals and provides public relations services to both multi-national companies and local Thai companies. Clients include companies in the tourism, transport, technology, healthcare, and financial services sectors.

“Our alliance with Brodeur means we can further enhance our objective of delivering global service standards to meet the demands of our clients in Thailand,” says Tom Athey, managing director of Spark Communications. “. This partnership will help Spark to expand its industry reach into tech and tech-driven companies in the Thai market.”

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