Firefly Communications

Firefly Communications is a European-based public relations consultancy founded in 1988. The company operates three offices in three countries across Europe and employs approximately 25 people.
The company was founded by Claire Walker in 1988. The company's first clients included Oracle and Dell. In 1997, Firefly helped launch BBC News Online
and launched the website in 1998.
In 2000, Firefly helped 3M celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Post-it note with Miniature Masterpieces, which was nominated for the 2001 "Best Corporate Branding" award by PR Week.
In 2001, Firefly worked with, Compaq and dotmusic.
In 2009, venture-capitalist James Caan began working with Firefly to "target print, broadcast and online media raise Caan's profile". The agreement also covers Caan's private equity firm, Hamilton Bradshaw.
In 2010, one of Firefly's most substantial clients, LG Electronics, ended their contract when the decision was made to consolidate their company's global PR.
In 2012, the company's managing director Mark Mellor died, aged 49, following a two year battle with cancer.
European offices
Firefly's three offices opened in the following years:
*London - 1988
*France - 2000
*Germany - 2001
The business was included in The Sunday Times's Best 100 Companies list in 2004 and 2005, placing 13th and 79th respectively. In 2000, the business won PRWeek's Consultancy of the Year award.<ref name="2004times" />
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