Brands2Life US Shortlisted for 2018 North America New Agency of the Year by Holmes Report

SAN FRANCISCO, USA – April 10, 2018 – Brands2Life, the award-winning integrated communications agency, today announced that, one year after its launch, its San Francisco-based US office has been shortlisted for The Holmes Report 2018 North America New PR Agency of the Year.  Brands2Life US was chosen among five finalists from more than 150 submissions from the best PR firms across the US and Canada.

The respected global communications publication wrote of Brands2Life: “Credentials as one of the UK’s finest PR agencies counts for little in a US market that is littered with the carcasses of failed contenders from across the pond. Yet, one year in, Brands2Life may well be on the road to proving the naysayers wrong, delivering an encouraging start that has blended the best of its UK capabilities with a refreshing willingness to localize its offering in line with market expectations.”

With a team of seven that shares an expertise in areas such as enterprise technology, mobile, AI, IoT, autonomous driving and robotics, Brand2Life US currently services nine innovate technology companies and leading brands, including Renault Silicon Valley Innovation Lab, Verizon Connect, Tipalti and Internet of Things World.

Rene Musech, Managing Director of Brands2Life US said, “After just one year in operation, we’re thrilled to be recognized by The Holmes Report for the creative, integrated, focused work we’ve produced for our boundary-pushing  clients.”

“We have been thrilled in the past to win Holmes Report Global Tech Agency twice so we couldn’t hope for a better endorsement than this. We set out to position ourselves as the go-to agency for companies involved in the hottest technologies in the US and so far, this strategy is paying dividends.” said Giles Fraser, Co-Founder at Brands2Life.

Winners will be unveiled at the 2018 North America SABRE Awards, taking place at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York on May 1st.

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