City Talks has appointed Solski Communications to run the company’s communication activities in Poland. Solski Communications is responsible for developing and executing communications strategy in Poland, managing media relations as well as ongoing communication consulting for City Talks mobile application.

City Talks mobile application (https://www.citytalks.eu), available on devices with Android and iOS systems, is a virtual guide to Warsaw, an easy-to-use tool that allows independent wandering around the city and active sightseeing by listening to short stories about places and people associated with the location. Solski Communications was selected in a competitive process. The work started in June.

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24 June 2020

Solski Communications for Karta Center

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07 May 2020

Solski Communications for Auchan Retail Polska

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14 April 2020

Solski Communications for Autodesk

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30 March 2020

Solski Communications supports education on flu vaccination

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18 March 2020

Solski Communications implemented home office work

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01 December 2017

The United Nations, UNICEF and the World ...

Burson-Marsteller Study Finds International Organisations are Increasingly Relying on Social Media to Engage with Their Followers. The United Nations and UNICEF are the two most followed international organisations on...
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21 February 2017

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi the Most ...

Burson-Marsteller Study Finds 87 Heads of State, 70 Heads of Government and 55 Foreign Ministers Have Personal Pages on the World’s Largest Social Media Platform NEW YORK, February 21,...
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04 November 2016

World Leaders on YouTube

Nearly 77 percent of governments worldwide have an official presence on YouTube, and the majority actively use the platform, posting a total of nearly 200,000 videos to date, according...
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Solski Communications supported the #MastercardGrazWOSP campaign again

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Ryanair’s new routes and development in Poland – press conference

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„More than Italian” – the LAVAZZA campaign launch

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