Grayling expands PR services to China
Shanghai - Public relations consultancy Grayling has opened its first office in China as part of a plan to expand its footprint across the Asia Pacific region.
The office will provide strategic communications services, full service public relations and media training, led by Harriet Gaywood (pictured) who assumes the role of director and reports to Bruce Shu, regional managing director of Grayling Asia Pacific.
Gaywood has more than 15 years experience in the PR industry and until most recently worked at MSL Group China as head of its Shanghai office.
"One of our key priorities is to expand our presence in Asia Pacific and this move is the first of a number of steps we are taking to achieve this ambition," Michael Murphy, global CEO of Grayling, said.
This will be the agency's fourth office in the Asia Pacific region where it has existing hubs in Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand.
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