KYOTO, Japan – Public Relations Global Network (PRGN), one of the largest international networks of independent public relations agencies, marked its 25th anniversary during its fall meeting in Kyoto, Japan, by welcoming three new member firms hailing from Asia, Central America and South America.
“We see real enthusiasm from PR firms around the world in joining the community of agencies that comprise PRGN,” said Christina Rytter, current president of PRGN and managing director / founder of Copenhagen, Denmark-based Scandinavian Communications. “These individuals and their teams are true leaders in their respective markets and countries – smart, forward-looking and highly-integrated in how they approach our field today. Their interest, and the continued growth of our network, demonstrates the health and vitality not just of PRGN, but also the independent PR agency market worldwide.”These additions build on a five-year period of 20 percent growth in membership. PRGN celebrates this 25th anniversary milestone with 51 agency partners spread across six continents and more than 40 countries. Rytter added that the growth of PRGN also “is a testament to the depth of knowledge sharing, business opportunity and personal relationships cultivated across our network.”
Three New Members for a Growing Roster
The three agencies welcomed to PRGN during the Kyoto, Japan network meeting are:
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