FleishmanHillard takes account for data storage company Brocade from Speed

Speed has been unseated from the UK account for US data storage company Brocade by FleishmanHillard.

Brocade was the first significant win for Speed managing directors Scott McLean and Kate Bosomworth since the departure of founders Steve Earl and Stephen Waddington in September 2012.

Bosomworth confirmed that the Brocade account had moved to FleishmanHillard, but said Speed was "at the end" of its year's contract with the company. Speed was reported to have taken over the Brocade account in March last year.

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