Last night the Holmes Report SABRE Awards took place in Berlin – the leading awards programme for PR and communications across Europe. And we are delighted to say that Harvard brought home the EMEA Technology Agency of the Year award.

Holmes Report editor Arun Sudhaman said: “Harvard [is comprised of] 40 people that regularly contend for the biggest technology accounts in the market. Last year there was new business from Digital Garage, Insight UK, IO, Linn, Lycamobile, Quantcast, Ricoh Europe, Salmon, Virgin Media Business and Xactly, joining a client roster that includes key clients Vodafone, Fujitsu, Arbor Networks and TalkTalk. It is not just Harvard’s growth that impresses. The firm’s work reflects an impressive focus on integration, via a full-service offering that extends beyond PR and digital into such areas as advertising and direct marketing. A robust evaluation framework has also been adopted, along with a staff development culture that as resulted in an 8.4 Net Promoter Score among employees.

“Harvard likes to claim that it champions the tech sector, and its specialist knowledge is clearly reaping dividends as technology plays a more central role in every business. There is a commitment to technology industry events and startup projects, which has helped fuel standout work.”

Harvard HQ houses a very proud team today, but we couldn’t have done this without our clients, who help us to do that standout work every day. So big thanks to all of them for being part of our success story.

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