Ranieri buys French agency Reflexion Publique

Consumer technology and lifestyle agency Ranieri has acquired Reflexion Publique as part of an ongoing acquisitions strategy to bolster its European PR, social and influencer network.

Ranieri team

Led by Franck Ambre, Reflexion’s Paris-based team of eight manages clients including Olympus, Tile, UBTech, Blue Microphones and Libratone.

Reflexion has been delivering specialist technology communications since 1999, and has worked closely with Ranieri for nearly ten years.

“Our shared clients have always been delighted with how our integrated approach maximises on their investment,” said Ambre. “This collaboration allows us to work in tandem with Ranieri, sharing best practice, resources and expertise to offer our clients best-in-class service and results.”

Ranieri founder, Pietro Ranieri said: “Our clients are increasingly looking for us to manage European-wide communications campaigns and Reflexion’s reputation in France is unsurpassed in the consumer technology space. We know Reflexion well and the team has the same feel and tailored approach to the communications mix that we have here at Ranieri.”

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