Wed., Jan. 14, 2015
New PR Network Debuts
By Kevin McCauley
The Global Communications Alliance network of firms has launched with 10 members with market coverage in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia.
Agenda Global PA shop in Washington represents this country.
Doug Turner, founding partner of Agenda, said GCA will provide clients “world class service and on the ground intelligence and capacity wherever they do business.”
He was campaign manager for former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson and deputy political director for Steve Forbes’ 2000 presidential bid.
Turner said many GCA members have worked with each other in the past and the new organization is a way to formalize those ties.
Joining Agenda as GAA members are Affaires Publiques Consultants (France & Belgium), Bluesky Strategy Group (Canada), Ethicore (South Africa), IMG Events & PR (Kenya), Navos (Germany), PLMR (UK), Wilkinson Group (Australia), Wit Communicatie (Holland) and YoungNetwork Group (Dubai, Portugal, Angola and Mozambique).
London-based PLMR will manage the alliance for the first year. Leadership is to rotate.