Makovsky + Company is talking up its Q3, announcing that it added nine clients to its roster during the period. Among the new clients are Ipsen, an international pharmaceutical company, for corporate and product comms; Symphony Financial Partners, an alternative investment company focused on the Asia-Pacific region, for reputation management and other PR services; and Stroz Friedberg, a digital risk management, for awareness-building efforts.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has made cutbacks in its agency roster, according to the Holmes Report. The publication reports that Bite Communications and Weber Shandwick are no longer working with the company. HP just forecast a miss in analyst expectations for this quarter and the full year. A spokesperson said they “consolidated” their agencies, Weber confirmed it no longer works with the company, Bite didn’t comment. Burson-Marsteller may now add corporate work to the tech services they’re already providing, Holmes continues. B-M wouldn’t comment either.
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