Navision chooses Citigate to handle global PR account

Citigate Technology has been appointed by Danish business software

house Navision to handle its global PR.



The account, worth six-figure fees, includes Citigate assisting Navision

with its New Year PR global summit in Copenhagen.



Citigate's long-term brief is to work as an extension to its client's

corporate communications department to provide global PR support and

promote Navision's business in the UK and 28 other countries.



Navision, listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, provides customer

relationship management and accounting advice to SMEs.



The Citigate team reports to Navision corporate communications director

Soren Moeller Christensen.



Account director Lisa Griffiths will head the business, overseen by

Citigate Technology chairman Suzy Frith.



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