RMO have merged with Wetherly Fashion Group for the North American market. Wetherly, will change its name to RMO Wetherly, as Saturday Group, the leading fashion and lifestyle marketing group takes a significant stake in the NYC and LA based PR and VIP services agency that represents brands such as H Stern, Gilan and Hudson. "Our clients are asking for a 360 approach to communication, from PR to events, digital and entertainment services. Most importantly, to help manage our clients public profiles in a media agnostic world. The new US based agency is uniquely poised to take advantage of this rapidly changing industry and deliver an outstanding service to its clients", says Jens Grede, Saturday Group's Chairman. Sonya Auvray, founder and CEO of Wetherly says, “We are thrilled to join hands with such a highly reputable agency that shares the same values of client focus and high quality service. Our partnership results in a fully integrated global offering that will greatly benefit clients and improve our value proposition and capabilities.” Olivier Bourgis and Mesh Chhibber, the two founders of RMO, says "We have been actively looking for the right US partner for RMO, and Wetherly has impressed us with their level of service, strategic view of communication and expertise in the jewellery and denim sectors. RMO now has real depth in four key markets, offering their clients a near global solution". Wetherly's deep relationships to the entertainment community, combined with RMO's fashion pedigree and progressive approach to brand building will provide the joint venture with the dexterity to handle the multitude of challenges facing brands in the fashion, beauty and accessories industries today.
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