OSK becomes member of GPRA
Unanimous decision by the Admissions Committee
GPRA Press Release // Cologne, April 8, 2015 // Oliver Schrott Kommunikation GmbH (OSK) is the newest member of the GPRA, the association of leading communication agencies in Germany. Founded in 1993, the owner-managed agency from Cologne was unanimously admitted ...
GPRA Press Release // Cologne, April 8, 2015 // Oliver Schrott Kommunikation GmbH (OSK) is the newest member of the GPRA, the association of leading communication agencies in Germany. Founded in 1993, the owner-managed agency from Cologne was unanimously admitted to the GRPA as its 35th member agency. Oliver Schrott Kommunikation has been ranked as one of the top agencies in Germany for many years and employs about 170 people at locations in Germany, USA and China. OSKs key expertise is traditional PR which forms the center of a wide portfolio including but not limited to content-driven communication, emotional presentations and effectively networked media worlds. The goal: Ensuring "public relevance" for the customer.
"We are very pleased to welcome Oliver Schrott and his team to GPRA. The range of competencies covered by the agency is impressive and also characterized by a high level of quality. OSK is a real boost for our common interest group," GPRA President Uwe A. Kohrs commented on the admission.
Oliver Schrott says about his motives for joining GRPA: "The high quality requirements of GPRA, their standards and their modern and contemporary understanding of communication are values that we share without restrictions. It is an honor for us to support the GPRA and its activities in the future. We look forward to working together and exchanging information with the Board and the other member agencies."
GPRA has been the association of leading communication and PR agencies in Germany since 1974 and has its headquarters in Berlin. With its strict admissions criteria and high membership requirements, GPRA sets standards in the PR sector and promotes dialogue between its members and opinion leaders. GRPA represents 35 agencies that employ around 2,600 people and account for a market share of over 50 per cent.