According to the annual ranking of Poland’s PR agencies published by the reputable PRESS magazine, in 2016 Solski Communications for the second time in a row recorded the highest growth in revenue and fee income. Compared to 2015, the revenue grew by 41.35% (56.4% in the previous year), and fee income by 37.10% (45.1% in 2015).

Thanks to this spectacular growth, PRESS ranked Solski Communications as Poland’s 3rd biggest PR consultancy in terms of fee income, and 6th in terms of turnover.

The PRESS ranking was compiled based on financial data provided by the agencies, which were verified by the magazine in the court registries.

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27 May 2024

“Where to Settle” campaign becomes the first in Poland to win Black Pencil award

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21 May 2024

Solski Communications for the Alpro brand

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09 May 2024

Solski Communications for Médecins Sans Frontières

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18 September 2023

Solski Communications for AstraZeneca

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07 September 2023

Solski Communications again receives highest marks from clients

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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 ...

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04 November 2016

World Leaders on YouTube

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Solski Communications supported Mastercard in promoting WhenToShop service

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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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