Partner at PRP Public Relations,
assumes leadership of PRGN.
- New member agencies added in France, Switzerland and Brazil
Brussels, April 19, 2011; One of the top international networks of leading independent public relations agencies, today announced the election of Francine Robbens of PRP - Public Relations Partners in Brussels as president. Robbens will lead the worldwide network of 42 independently-owned public relations agencies on six continents. She takes over the helm from Patricia Pérez.
“I am extremely honoured to have been elected to lead this world-class communications network,” said Robbens. “At a time when global communication is not only desired, but essential, the ability to share information and resources across global markets is an enormous advantage for clients. As president, I will be aiding in the extraordinary exchange of ideas among PRGN’s talented and knowledgeable members, as they lead the way in defining the communications industry.”
PRGN added three new members:
More than 1,000 clients across six continents depend on the combined resources of the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) to deliver targeted public relations campaigns in more than 80 markets around the world. Coast Communications, founded in 2001 and voted Best Agency in Sweden 2008, is the Scandinavian representative of PRGN, with its own offices in Stockholm and Copenhagen and affiliate partner in Oslo. With revenues of more than Euro 100 million PRGN is among the world’s top five public relations networks.