Brazil’s Petrobras Chooses U.S. PR Firm

    Brazil’s oil giant Petrobras – Petróleo Brasileiro S.A., has chosen global investor and public relations firm Anne McBride Company to be its investor and financial media relations.

    Petrobras is the largest company in Brazil, and one of the leading oil and gas companies worldwide. This marks the second Petrobras contract that AMcB has successfully bid on, and the third year that AMcB will serve as Petrobras’ outside Investor Relations firm.


    Anne McBride, Chairman and CEO of The Anne McBride Company said, “We are delighted to continue our relationship with Petrobras. This is a prestigious account and one keenly sought in the industry. The worldwide energy market is in an exciting phase right now and we are honored to represent Petrobras in this dynamic environment.


    “Our ability to attract media coverage and increase awareness among investors for energy companies has made this sector, and particularly Brazil, a focal point of growth for us.”


    Established in 1992, the Anne McBride Company, Inc. is a full service financial communications and strategic consulting firm based in New York. It offers clients corporate communications, financial media, and strategic and analytical expertise.  They have five global offices and services clients in 25 countries.


    The Anne McBride Company
    www.annemcbride.com


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