Solski BM changes its name to Solski Communications, visual identity
“After nine years’ operation, we have decided it’s high time we had refreshed our corporate identity. We also decided to change our name so that on the one hand, it better reflects the wide scope of our communications services, and on the other hand, it more strongly underlines our independence,” said Ryszard Solski, the company’s founder and CEO.

Solski Communications remains a Polish company which is affiliated with Burson-Marsteller and thus can use the additions descriptor “A Burson-Marsteller Exclusive Affiliate”. The relations between the two firms have a business character, with Solski Communications conforming to ethical and professional standards of Burson-Marsteller (www.bm.com), and its parent company WPP (www.wpp.com).

“In April 2008 I established the company under the name of Solski PR. Many things have happened since that time, today we are in an entirely different place, but we are not forgetting about our modest beginning. Hence the name of our new web domain and web site www.solskpr.pl,” added Ryszard Solski.

Solski Communications is among Poland’s fastest-growing PR and PA consultancies. In eight years, the company grew its team, from 4 to 36 consultants, and the agency found itself among top five consultancies with the highest fee income from PR and PA services. In 2015, the consultancy was ranked No. 1 for the 2015 growth of turnover and fee income (PRESS magazine October 2016), and was awarded with the prestigious Forbes magazine’s Diamond award for its growing its value by 74 percent in the years 2013-2015. In 2016, the consultancy grew its fee income by another 37 percent.

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