Spin the Agencies of Record

Spotify has chosen Grayling for awareness building work in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, Holmes Report says. Though Spotify has not yet launched in these markets, it already faces competition from Simfy, another music service.

FCC Environmental, a waste oil collection and processing company, has chosen Sawmill Marketing Public Relations for a campaign introducing FCC’s first sustainable motor oil recycling facility. Work will include community relations, message development, and crisis planning.

RPR Public Relations has added three clients to its roster: Neat Containers, a plastic storage system manufacturer; aGREATER.US, a website focused on legislative ideas; and TomiTag, a QR code jewelry company launching next month.

Investment advisory firm iCapital has chosen BackBay Communications as AOR. Work will focus on media relations and content creation, focused on iCapital’s expertise in financial management, governance, and retirement planning.

Chicago-based Henson Consulting has added six new clients to its roster: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana; Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage; furniture stores Walter E. Smithe; Sproing Fitness; and the Lovie & Maryanne Smith Foundation, focused on kids and education. The firm was also selected to work on the new restaurant partnership between TV personalities Bill and Giuliana Rancic and Lettuce Entertain You.

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