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Holmes Report Names Finalists For EMEA Consultancy Awards

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Holmes Report 24 Feb 2013

LONDON—Global public relations giants Burson-Marsteller, Fleishman-Hillard, Ketchum, MSLGroup and Weber Shandwick are the finalists for The Holmes Report’s Pan-European Consultancy of the Year award.

The Holmes Report has named the finalists for Consultancy of the Year awards in 19 other categories. The finalists are selected from among the 200 firms participating in our EMEA region Consultancy Report Card.

The Consultancy of the Year awards will be presented at the annual SABRE Awards dinner, which will take place in Barcelona on May 30. The winners will be announced in advance of the dinner.

The nominees for our specialist Consultancy of the Year honors are:
Consumer Consultancy of the Year: Cake, John Doe, Jung Relations, Kaper, Unity
Corporate Consultancy of the Year: Burson-Marsteller, Cubitt Consulting, MHP Communications, MSLGroup, Regester Larkin
Financial Consultancy of the Year: Barabino, Brunswick Group, First House, Hering Schuppener, Llorente & Cuenca
Healthcare Consultancy of the Year: Chandler Chicco Companies, Edelman, Pegasus, Virgo, WCG
Public Affairs Consultancy of the Year: Burson-Marsteller, Cicero, Hanover, Open Road, Portland
Technology Consultancy of the Year: Bite Communications, Brands2Life, CCGroup, Octopus, Waggener Edstrom
Digital Consultancy of the Year: Edelman, Hotwire/33 Digital, Lewis PR, TVC Group, We Are Social
New Consultancy of the Year: Acumen, Gartner, Newgate, Pagefield, Trigger Oslo

The nominees for our geographic Consultancy of the Year honors are:
African Consultancy of the Year: Burson-Marsteller, Fleishman-Hillard, Gina Din Communications, Magna Carta, Quadrant
Benelux Consultancy of the Year: Bex*comunicatie, Edelman, Fleishman-Hillard, Porter Novelli, Whyte Corporate Affairs
Eastern Europe Consultancy of the Year: AMI Communications, All Channels, Ciszewski MSL, OnBoard, The Practice
DACH Consultancy of the Year: ergo kommunikation, Faktor 3, fischerAppelt, MSL Group, Media Consulta
Iberian Consultancy of the Year: Apple Tree Communications, Inforpress, LPM, Llorente & Cuenca, Marco de Comunicacion
Mediterranean Consultancy of the Year: Action Global Communications, Barabino, INC, Ketchum, MSLGroup
Middle East Consultancy of the Year: Asdaa Burson-Marsteller, Edelman, Grayling, TRACCS, Weber Shandwick
Nordic Consultancy of the Year: Jung Relations, Narva, Prime PR, Springtime, Trigger Oslo
Russian Consultancy of the Year: CROS, Ketchum Maslov, PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies, PRP, SPN Ogilvy
UK Consultancy of the Year: Blue Rubicon, GolinHarris, M&C Saatchi, Ogilvy Public Relations, The Red Consultancy

Category : General

Tags : SABRE Awards

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