NEWS: PR EUROPE; WARSAW: Shilland comes to Poland

Shilland & Co has opened its first office in Poland, boosting its presence in Central Europe. Former account director in London Cathy Samson will head a staff of four, handling corporate and consumer work for existing Shilland clients, including Levi’s, Gillette and Unisys. The agency already has an office in Prague and is planning to open a new branch in Budapest next year. Chief executive Peter Shilland said: ‘In Central Europe there is a green field of opportunity and things look promising.’

Shilland & Co has opened its first office in Poland, boosting its

presence in Central Europe. Former account director in London Cathy

Samson will head a staff of four, handling corporate and consumer work

for existing Shilland clients, including Levi’s, Gillette and Unisys.

The agency already has an office in Prague and is planning to open a new

branch in Budapest next year. Chief executive Peter Shilland said: ‘In

Central Europe there is a green field of opportunity and things look

promising.’



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