Fleishman-Hillard gains Pan-African reach

Fleishman-Hillard has developed a pan-African reach by affiliating with East Africa-based Tell-Em Public Relations.

Nairobi: Tell-Em home
Nairobi: Tell-Em home

The relationship with the agency based in Nairobi, Kenya adds to Fleishman-Hillard's existing offices in Cape Town and Johannesburg and affiliate relationships with Quadrant Company in Lagos and TRACCS in North Africa.

Tell-Em's clients include Nokia, Visa International, Coca-Cola, East African Breweries, and MTV.

Tell-Em was established in 1999. The agency has 17 staff, with consultants based in Uganda and Tanzania. It has also implemented campaigns in Ethiopia and will soon handle a campaign in Rwanda.

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