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Barr Ellison Solicitors – commercial property
26 May, 2006 - 16:48 By Staff Reporter

Cambridgeshire PR agency ranked top in the East of England region

Cambridgeshire PR agency, Myriad, has maintained its position as the top agency in the East of England according to newly published national league tables.

Cambridgeshire PR agency, Myriad, has maintained its position as the top agency in the East of England according to newly published national league tables.

The rankings were produced by the industry’s own publication, PR Week, and have placed Myriad as number 20 in the top 50 top agencies outside London.

The agency has also continued its success in the overall PR rankings against all comers, and has once again appeared comfortably within the nation’s top performing 150 PR agencies.

The PR Week healthcare PR league tables have also been published during the last month, and here Myriad received a ranking within the top 20 nationally for its work with its extensive healthcare client base.

Myriad managing director, Steve Weaving, commented: "I believe the key to our success in achieving a sustained presence among the country’s top agencies is that we deliver high quality, targeted campaigns producing measurable results on time and to budget."

Myriad works regionally and nationally and operates internationally in more than 30 countries.

It numbers some of the region’s top businesses among its clients, including Hewitsons solicitors, the Saffron Walden Herts & Essex Building Society and Cambridge-based international charity, the Christian Blind Mission.

Its extensive client list also includes Scholl, Durex, 3M UK, the Manufacturing Institute, Tiger Balm, the Haemophilia Society and Future Health Technologies

 

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