INTERNATIONAL NEWS: Firefly fights four to land Net forum

LONDON: Firefly has been selected over AugustOne, Hill & Knowlton and Miller Shandwick to promote the first World Internet Forum, a summit discussing the impact of the Web. The contract is worth about dollars 160,000.

LONDON: Firefly has been selected over AugustOne, Hill & Knowlton and Miller Shandwick to promote the first World Internet Forum, a summit discussing the impact of the Web. The contract is worth about dollars 160,000.

LONDON: Firefly has been selected over AugustOne, Hill & Knowlton

and Miller Shandwick to promote the first World Internet Forum, a summit

discussing the impact of the Web. The contract is worth about dollars

160,000.



The forum is being organized by project management firm Integrated

Communication Projects. The event has the backing of the government -

its date was delayed by a month so that Prime Minister Tony Blair would

be able to attend.



’This will bring together people from government, civil service and the

Net industry,’ said Firefly director Mark Mellor. ’It’s the first event

of its kind.’



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