PR Rundown, 2.24.2015: OpenLink, FrazierHeiby, and Crosby Marketing Communications

And news from Rubenstein Public Relations, Santy, and Infopress.

NEW YORK: OpenLink, which operates in the energy, commodities, and treasury trading systems spaces, has brought on Aspectus PR as its global communications partner following a competitive pitch. The firm will service the business through its offices in London, New York, and Singapore, as well as its relationship with Paige PR in Houston.

COLUMBUS, OH: FrazierHeiby has named Bryan Haviland as president. He will assume the role in 2016, succeeding Tom Heiby, who will then serve as a senior consultant to the firm. Prior to joining the agency in 2013, he was EVP of client services and COO at Fahlgren Mortine and CCO for Nationwide Financial Services.

ANNAPOLIS, MD: Crosby Marketing Communications has promoted Jeff Rosenberg to EVP, leading its advocacy and social media practice. He also serves as lead strategist for clients such as Disabled American Veterans and The Wallace Foundation.

NEW YORK: Rubenstein Public Relations has named Amy Delson as VP. She previously worked in in-house roles at Town Residential and Citi Habitats. Delson will work on media relations strategy for Rubenstein’s real-estate division.

SCOTTSDALE, AZ: China Mist Iced Tea has named Santy as AOR, providing PR, branding, social media, digital, content strategy, and creative services. The firm will design a new logo and work on various marketing initiatives.

MADRID: Spanish communications consultancy Infopress has rebranded as Atrevia. It has offices in Portugal, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Belgium, and the US.

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