Lewis to handle CMG Admiral UK and Ireland brief

Lewis PR has secured a newly created brief to promote technology

company CMG Admiral.



CMG Admiral has integrated its UK and Ireland account, previously

handled by Citigate Technology and its regional account, previously

handled by Golley Slater, for the first time.



The 12-strong Lewis team is headed by deputy CEO Simon Hill, who reports

to CMG Admiral PR manager Imogen Black.



Citigate Dewe Rogerson continues to handle CMG's investor relations.



Lewis is tasked with gaining more mainstream media coverage for CMG, as

well as maintaining its profile in the business and trade media.



CMG Admiral is the UK and Ireland arm of the CMG Group.



The Netherlands-based group has 16 offices worldwide and an annual

turnover of more than £800m.



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