The Worldcom Public Relations Group Installs New Boards During Annual Global Meeting in Vienna

by | Jun 28, 2019

The Worldcom Public Relations Group, a leading global partnership of public relations firms, recently completed its Annual Global Meeting in Vienna, Austria where it formally installed its group and regional boards.

Roger Hurni, Managing Partner Off Madison Ave, Arizona, continued his second term as the Group Chair role and welcomed his new board during the Vienna meetings. Brad Fishman, Partner, Fishman PR, Chicago, IL will chair Americas Region; and Todor Ianev, Managing Partner Janev & Janev, Sofia, Bulgaria will chair EMEA.

“In building a partnership of the finest independent agencies in the world, we are also fortunate to be led by some of the finest PR minds and leaders of those agencies,” said Todd Lynch, Managing Director, The Worldcom Public Relations Group. “This strength in partnership produces strong board leadership. Roger Hurni, with Worldcom’s regional chairs and the new Group board members are poised to build on strong achievements of the last year which includes a strong new influx of partners via recruitment, strengthening our organizational finance and governance, implementation of our annual thought leadership initiative (Confidence Index Report) and ongoing business and marketing campaigns.”

“Worldcom is grateful for the leadership of our group and region boards,” said Hurni. “We are fortunate to have boards who provide passion, commitment and ongoing dedication to protecting and growing our thriving partnership of independent agencies.”

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