Global Consulting Group Enjoys Q1 New Business Bonanza
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Global Consulting Group Enjoys Q1 New Business Bonanza

The Global Consulting Group, the investor relations, corporate communications, and public affairs firm, that is part of Lord Peter Chadlington’s Huntsworth Group, has added several new clients in the first quarter of 2006.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—The Global Consulting Group, the investor relations, corporate communications, and public affairs firm, that is part of Lord Peter Chadlington’s Huntsworth Group, has added several new clients in the first quarter of 2006.

In the U.S, new assignments include work for Gene Express, a provider of standardized genomic data, which tapped GCG to spearhead the financial communications and investor relations leading up to the company’s impending IPO; BioScrip, a provider of comprehensive pharmaceutical care solutions, for investor relations strategy; Gilat Satellite Networks, a provider of products and services for satellite-based communications networks, for IR; Sol Auto Parts, a manufacturer and distributor of automotive air brake valves, for U.S. IR; SulphCo, which develops technology for upgrading and desulfurizing crude oil and petroleum products, for IR and corporate communications strategy; Russian oil company Lukoil, for corporate communications and investor relations; law firm Schiffrin & Barroway for corporate communications and positioning; Perenco, an independent petroleum, exploration and production company, for international issues management; and Compass Learning, an education technology solutions company, for government relations and public affairs on the federal and state levels.

In the UK and Continental Europe, key wins include Carbone Lorraine, a specialist manufacturer of carbon and graphite products, for a European and U.S. investor roadshow; the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, for corporate communications and public affairs strategy; and Bank Hapoalim, Israel’s largest commercial bank, an extension of GCG’s existing relationship in the U.S. to include activities in the UK and continental Europe.

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