SKDKnickerbocker Named Holmes Report Global Public Affairs Agency of the Year

Global Title follows 2015 and 2016 Consecutive Wins in North America

WASHINGTON – The Holmes Report named SKDKnickerbocker (SKDK) 2016 Global Public Affairs Agency of the Year during last night’s Global SABRE Awards ceremony in Miami. This prestigious acknowledgment follows consecutive wins for SKDK as North America Public Affairs Agency of the Year in both 2015 and 2016.

Each year, the Holmes Report recognizes public relations agencies from around the world. In presenting the 2016 award for Global Public Affairs Agency of the Year, the Holmes Report lauded SKDK for the quality and diversity of its work. In just the last year, SKDK has run campaigns in support of groundbreaking causes including immigration reform, women’s reproductive freedom, the opioid epidemic and healthcare reform. The firm provided communications support on behalf of numerous clients with issues before the Supreme Court, defended companies against activist investors, promoted several mergers and acquisitions and communicated the importance of expanded U.S. relations with Cuba.

“SKDK is proud and privileged to work for great organizations whose issues and interests have global impact,” said Hilary Rosen, SKDK managing director. “Our talented and committed team members  are executing  innovative and aggressive campaigns on our clients’ behalf, delivering the highest level of service, as we grow and serve the world’s most exciting and recognized brands. Our offices in New York City, Albany, Washington, DC and Los Angeles work closely together to provide best in class public affairs work. It is an honor to be recognized by the Holmes Report and we are humbled to have earned this award.”

According to the Holmes Report, SKDK was named Global Public Affairs Agency of the Year following an exhaustive search involving more than 400 submissions and face-to-face meetings with the best public relation firms across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific. For more information on the SABRE awards, visit the Holmes Report’s website here.