Prime Policy Group has just released text of its consulting agreement with Ukraine, calling for fees of $500K during a nine-month period.
The work focuses on “improving Ukraine’s corporate reputation as a reliable business partner coupled with an effort to enhance its profile as a business destination.”
The promotional push aims at large companies, particularly international financial institutions.
PPG CEO Scott Pastrick and chairman Charlie Black inked the contract for the Burson-Marsteller government relations unit.
Russia, which invaded and then annexed Crimea, has called for the carve-up of Ukraine into federal regions.
Ketchum does Russia’s PR.