Border Lines: BRUSSELS - GPC wins Canada Expo account

GPC offices in Brussels and Ottowa have jointly won the pounds 150,000 PR account for the Canadian Department of Heritage’s pavilion at Expo 2000 in Hanover, Germany. The account team will be headed in Europe by GPC Brussels managing director Caroline Wunnerlich and in Canada by her counterpart Malcolm Bernard. A competitive pitch in Canada late last year yielded the work, which started last week. Canada’s heritage department has the largest pavilion at the five-month expo, and expects to attract up to 40 million visitors.

GPC offices in Brussels and Ottowa have jointly won the pounds

150,000 PR account for the Canadian Department of Heritage’s pavilion at

Expo 2000 in Hanover, Germany. The account team will be headed in Europe

by GPC Brussels managing director Caroline Wunnerlich and in Canada by

her counterpart Malcolm Bernard. A competitive pitch in Canada late last

year yielded the work, which started last week. Canada’s heritage

department has the largest pavilion at the five-month expo, and expects

to attract up to 40 million visitors.



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