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Global Public Affairs launches practice to help clients handle reputational damage

News | JESSE CNOCKAERT
Published: Wednesday, 02/12/2020 4:06 pm EST
Global Public Affairs has launched a crisis, risk and issues management (CRIM) practice at its Toronto office. CRIM staff members (left to right): director Andrea Chrysanthou, vice-president Rick Roth, chair Tom Clark, and senior consultant Sophia Koukoulas (Photo courtesy of Global Public Affairs)

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