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Donovan Boyd Wins Canon NZ Account

Media Release

15th July 2003

DONOVAN BOYD WINS CANON NZ ACCOUNT

Canon New Zealand has appointed Donovan Boyd Communications to manage its public relations.

Donovan Boyd Communications director, John Boyd, says the win caps off a great first year in business for the firm, which was established in June last year.

"Starting a new venture is always a challenge but we have been very pleased with the quality of clients we have attracted in 12 months."

"Canon is such an instantly recognisable quality brand worldwide and we are delighted to be working with them to further enhance their profile and range of products and services in the New Zealand market."

ENDS

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