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Named 2014 Public Affairs Agency of the Year (Americas) by The Holmes Report, Global Strategy Group (GSG) is distinguished by its depth of talent, influential clients and winning track record. Battle-tested in the trenches of corporate reputation management and political campaigns, we bring unrivaled commitment to every assignment.
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