BORDER LINES: HONG KONG - DWRC has first client win

London-based DWRC Associates has picked up its first client from its link-up with Hong Kong agency Corporate Communications, which became DWRC’s official associate office last month. Great Star Communications has appointed the two agencies as sole representatives outside mainland China, said DWRC director Ross Clarke. The agencies will promote the outdoor and satellite channel advertising space owned by the group.

London-based DWRC Associates has picked up its first client from

its link-up with Hong Kong agency Corporate Communications, which became

DWRC’s official associate office last month. Great Star Communications

has appointed the two agencies as sole representatives outside mainland

China, said DWRC director Ross Clarke. The agencies will promote the

outdoor and satellite channel advertising space owned by the group.



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