Frontier Services Group appoints The PR Office

The PR Office has been appointed by security and logistics services company Frontier Services Group (FSG).

marc-cohen-1

Marc Cohen

The London-based agency will focus on building a campaign to grow the profile of the business and its chairman Erik Prince. It will also provide financial communications and investor relations support in key global financial markets.

David Whittingham, head of business development and IR at FSG, said: “The PR Office is a unique combination of expert IR advice, strategic communications counsel, as well as creative and impactful PR support. Marc (Cohen, co-managing director at The PR Office) and his team really understand the business and the numbers behind the message.

“For a London-based firm, I was also particularly impressed by the team’s international experience, with great contacts in the UK, Africa, China and the US. In just a few short months, our PR trajectory and corporate awareness internationally has completely changed.”

FSG is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, with headquarters in Hong Kong and offices in Beijing, Dubai, Nairobi and Johannesburg. FSG helps businesses operating in frontier markets to overcome complex security, logistics and operational challenges.

Cohen added: “Frontier Services Group is a market leader in the provision of complex logistics solutions in frontier markets. It has a fascinating story to tell in a constantly changing sector and is a strong investment proposition.”

Related Posts
PR News in Brief
PR news round-up (16-20 July)
Here’s a round-up of the week’s top PR news – featuring Ketchum’s Alexandra Marsh, Launch’s new account win with Brewers Fayre and senior hires at [...]
Combining art and science in effective communications
How to map data to storytelling
Just because the amount of data available to communicators is growing, it does not guarantee that all PR professionals automatically glean actionable insights from using it. A [...]
60 Seconds with Campaign Collective
60 Seconds with Campaign Collective’s Simon Francis
Simon Francis, a founder member at Campaign Collective, discusses why he created a PR agency as a social enterprise, recent award wins and why it eschews job titles. [...]
PR News in Brief
PR news round-up (9-13 July)
Here’s a round-up of the week’s top PR news – featuring the CommsCon journalist panel, FleishmanHillard Fishburn’s new division and a new senior hire at FTI [...]