Weber Shandwick Names Brent to Lead Cleantech Unit
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Weber Shandwick Names Brent to Lead Cleantech Unit

Weber Shandwick has named William Brent as the leader of its global Cleantech unit, which specializes in technology products and services involving clean and renewable energy and works with clients involved in clean fuels and more.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Weber Shandwick has named William Brent as the leader of its global Cleantech unit, which specializes in technology products and services involving clean and renewable energy and works with clients involved in clean fuels, engine redesign, hydrogen fuel cells and green IT. The unit draws on the expertise of its consumer, technology, public affairs, web relations and corporate practices and operateskey markets, including San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, the Pacific Northwest; Beijing and Tokyo; and London, Munich and Madrid.

According to Andy Polansky, president of Weber Shandwick: “Cleantech, combined with our strength in corporate social responsibility, gives Weber Shandwick a powerful one-two punch to help companies that want to be good neighbors through CSR, and companies that want to build good neighborhoods through Cleantech.”

Brent, a vice president in Weber Shandwick’s Seattle office, spent more than 15 years in China as an entrepreneur and business reporter before joining the firm.

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