The health and wellness brand parted ways with Ketchum last month.
The Constituency Management Group unit, which includes IPG's PR agencies, saw 1.6% organic revenue growth in Q1.
The offering will initially roll out in New York, Chicago, and Washington, DC.
WPP reports 1.2% increase in Q1 for PR, public affairs; Comcast-Time Warner merger hits major roadblock; YouTube unveils new offering
WPP has reported a 1.2 per cent rise in like-for-like sales in its PR and public affairs group in the first quarter of 2015, with growth in all regions except the UK and continental Europe. Net sales in the division grew 1.6 per cent.
And news from Tanis Communications.
Vehr Communications previously worked with Formica.
Golin opens office in Moscow; Protestors gather in Baltimore after man dies in police custody; South Korea brings on Finn Partners.
US organic revenue was up 4.8% in the first quarter, while that of the UK increased 9.3%. In Asia-Pacific, it grew 6.7%.
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Simon previously served as the director of international affairs to first lady Michelle Obama.
The London-based firm also brought on Richard Ford as its US creative director, reporting to MaryLee Sachs.
The firm will work to grow opportunities for people of color in both the PR and media fields.
CEO Chris Lewis said the firm is looking into acquisitions in the US, China, and India, among other markets.
Golin's Dallas office is leading the account, which was previously held by Fish Consulting.
Canadian company Vox Populi Registry is now in command of the latest - and highly controversial - generic Top-Level Domain, '.sucks'.
Moede joins Citizen after 20 years at Waggener Edstrom.
The Publicis Groupe firm will explain how consumers should use the new gadgets in their cars safely.
Nintendo UK has hired PrettyGreen, replacing 77PR, the consumer arm of Fishburn.
He is reporting to CEO Tom Coyne in the role.
Wild currency fluctuations are casting a shadow over otherwise improving economic conditions.
Has progress been made? Yes, say experts. But there's a long way to go.
The pressure is on for agencies, large and small, to get content creation right - and right now.
There aren't many options left for agencies or holding companies looking to buy a PR firm in 2015.
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