APPC report flags GPC client surge

GPC International worked with 40 per cent more clients in the first half of 2004 than it did in the last six months of 2003, according to the Association of Professional Political Consultants’ latest register of members’ interests.

Although GPC was not the busiest PA firm from January to June, it worked with 87 clients in the first half of this year compared with 62 in the previous six months.

Citigate Public Affairs has become the busiest of the APPC’s members, working with 94 clients in the first six months of the year, down eight from the previous half year.

Weber Shandwick GJW lost its top spot to Citigate and worked with 15 fewer clients than in the last half of 2003. But the firm comes a close second with 93 clients.

Third place went to PPS, which worked with 88 clients in the past six months, just ahead of GPC.

The APPC has also signed up four new members since its last report: Morgan Allen Moore, Quintus Public Affairs, Media Strategy and Ergo Communications.

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