Weber Shandwick Opens New Offices in Eastern Europe
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Weber Shandwick Opens New Offices in Eastern Europe

Weber Shandwick has opened offices in Poland, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The firm also announced new affiliate offices in Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Weber Shandwick has opened offices in Poland, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The firm also announced new affiliate offices in Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia.

“We have expanded our reach across Europe to better serve our clients through increased collaboration and the sharing of best practices,” says Harris Diamond, chief executive officer of Weber Shandwick. “For international clients, this expansion offers a broader geographic footprint covering areas where they see growth opportunities.  And local clients in these markets will now have access to one of the world’s leading communications networks.”

Weber Shandwick is partnering with McCann WorldGroup as it builds these capabilities in the region.

“Our international clients are looking for regional solutions that are seamless and often integrated with other communications disciplines,” said Rolf Olsen, chief executive officer of Weber Shandwick in continental Europe. “With this expansion we are better equipped to broaden our offerings in Central and Eastern Europe and the key markets of the new Europe.”

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