Bray Leino to join 27&More

Bray Leino is the latest agency to become a member of worldwide PR network 27&More, founded earlier this month.

The network aims to provide clients with international resources delivered by independently-owned agencies across Europe. 

Founding members inc-lude agencies in Italy, Greece, Switzerland, Spain and France.

Consultancies in the US and Australia are also believed to be interested in joining.

The first client to be signed up to work across the network is a mobile telecom company, who will use Netherlands-based Bijl PR and Public Relations Partners in Germany.

Several member agencies already have a history of working together with clients including P&O Ferries, Flextronics and Trust Computer Products.

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