CLARIFICATION: Silicon valley PR Agencies

Due to a clerical error, some of the agency income figures in the

Silicon Valley report (PRWeek, September 17) were printed incorrectly.

We have listed the correct figures below.



SILICON VALLEY PR AGENCIES

Ranking Agency Name Revenue (dollars) Increase Staff

2000 1999 2000 (%)

1 N/A Weber Shandwick Worldwide* 16,196,702 5.46 76

2 1 Incepta Citigate 11,218,542 5.71 86

3 9 Neale-May & Partners 11,072,000 63.1 53

4 4 The Hoffman Agency 10,300,000 32.1 78

5 3 Porter Novelli 9,235,000 10.5 62

6 11 A&R Partners 9,002,200 49.9 90

7 7 Ketchum 7,744,000 2.9 39

8 6 Edelman 6,795,891 -10 39

9 12 BSMG Worldwide 5,565,691 12.8 61

10 13 Walt & Company Communications 4,932,925 30.3 35

11 18 Sterling Communications 4,300,000 95.5 26

12 17 McGrath/Power PR 4,022,279 62.1 20

13 NEW Waggener Edstrom 3,800,173 -28.2 14

14 NEW Murphy O'Brien 3,376,041 -22.8 25

15 NEW Phelps Group 3,370,000 37 62

16 15 Alexander Ogilvy** 2,663,900 -6.8 19

17 19 Brodeur Worldwide 2,600,000 18.2 12

18 20 PRx Inc. Strategic Marketing Comms 2,500,869 18 18

19 NEW TSI (Golin/Harris) - Silicon Valley 2,237,690 -1.9 20

20 24 Shape Technology 1,520,000 38.2 10

21 NEW Mindstorm (Golin/Harris) 1,265,063 80.7 8

22 8 Eastwick Communications 1,039,251 N/A 12

23 NEW Gibbs & Soell 839,000 90.6 6

24 NEW Text 100 183,505 N/A 4

25 NEW MRB Public Relations 172,500 N/A 2

NOTE:

* Weber and Shandwick merged in September 2000

** Alexander Ogilvy shut its Silicon Valley office in November 2000



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