BORDER LINES: ISTANBUL - Pronto reaches the Pinnacle

Turkish agency Pronto Public Relations and Consultancy has joined international network Pinnacle Worldwide as one of two new members. Pronto employs 43 staff and clients include Sun Micosystems, Colgate-Palmolive, Cisco Systems and McDonald’s. ’Membership of Pinnacle will give us access to 22 members in Europe and 68 world wide,’ said founder Gulderen Kozar. Pinnacle has also approved a new member in Belgium, Brussels-based agency Origami.

Turkish agency Pronto Public Relations and Consultancy has joined

international network Pinnacle Worldwide as one of two new members.

Pronto employs 43 staff and clients include Sun Micosystems,

Colgate-Palmolive, Cisco Systems and McDonald’s. ’Membership of Pinnacle

will give us access to 22 members in Europe and 68 world wide,’ said

founder Gulderen Kozar. Pinnacle has also approved a new member in

Belgium, Brussels-based agency Origami.



The agency specialises in hi-tech PR and has a staff of six. It replaces

Beauchez Belgium as the network’s local affiliate. Pinnacle ranked fifth

by fee income in PR Week’s 1997 European network survey.



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