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Abbott: A Holistic Approach to Success in Russia
The Russia government enacted sweeping legislation in 2010 to support the development of a domestic pharmaceutical industry and to encourage international pharmaceutical companies to establish local production and R&D collaborations in Russia.
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ArcelorMittal: A Steely Business in Ukraine
In 2004, Mittal Steel decided that they wanted to buy the Ukrainian state-owned steel giant Kryvorizhstal, so they turned to PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies for public affairs and financial communications advisory services.
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Anheuser-Busch: The Genuine Article
Anheuser-Busch retained PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies to register and protect its trademarks in Russia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, and the Baltic states.
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Baltic Beverages Holding: Battling Greenmail
Baltic Beverages Holding (BBH), then a joint venture between Scottish Newcastle and Carlsberg, owned four separate Russian breweries, which it wanted to merge under unified Baltika Breweries.
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Bank of New York Mellon: An Amicable Solution
Bank of New York Mellon had a big problem in Russia in 2007. The bank found itself subject to a multi-billion dollar money-laundering lawsuit filed in the Moscow State Arbitration Court by a group of U.S.-based trial lawyers on behalf of the Russian Federal Customs Service.
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Basic Element: Repositioning after Restructuring
Basic Element is one of Russia’s largest and most diversified companies. Basic Element hired PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies to roll out its core positioning as a world-class, Russia-based, global corporation after the company restructured and retooled its operations into seven core sectors.
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BP: From Crises Response to Acquisition Support
PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies has worked with BP for more than 25 years, providing the oil and gas major with a range of public affairs, corporate positioning, marketing support and crisis communications services.
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Brand South Africa: Positioning South Africa as a Leading Emerging Market Player
Brand South Africa — the government body responsible for promoting South Africa’s economic, political and cultural opportunities — engaged Hill+Knowlton Strategies for a major campaign across 12 key markets, including Russia.
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Bristol-Meyers Squibb: Treating Hepatitis B in Russia
Bristol-Meyers Squibb hired PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies to introduce and secure market access for its new medicine against chronic Hepatitis B in Russia, including facilitating the product’s inclusion in state-budgeted programs and lists.
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Burger King:  Launching in Kazakhstan
In 2012, PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies launched the first Burger King restaurant in Kazakhstan through an integrated PR and marketing campaign.
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Caspian Pipeline Consortium: Moving Oil — From Tengiz to the Black Sea
The Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) constructed a 1,500-kilometer pipeline to carry Caspian oil from Kazakhstan's Tengiz field to the Novorossiysk-2 Marine Terminal on Russia's Black Sea coast.
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CIPR: Protecting Our Clients’ Intellectual Property
Violations of intellectual property rights and counterfeiting are rampant in the countries of the former Soviet Union.
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Dell: A Partner of Choice for Ukraine
Dell hired PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies to position the company as the partner of choice for system integrators and distributors in Ukraine.
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Diageo: Smirnoff v. Smirnov
Diageo is the world’s leading premium drinks business with a wide portfolio of brands. For more than a decade, PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies served as the lead political and government relations strategist in Diageo's long-standing trademark dispute involving its world-famous Smirnoff trademark.
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Dolby: Keeping Loyalty
PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies was retained in December 2014, to serve as Dolby’s outsourced press office in Russia.  Our assignment was to position Dolby as a unique consumer product among influencers and technology media and drive demand for new and updated Dolby technologies among discriminating consumers.
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Dolby: Making Noise on the Russian Market
In 2010, the global entertainment technology leader Dolby saw a significant business opportunity in the switch to digital broadcasting in Russia.
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Embassy of Canada:  Improving Through Training
The Embassy of Canada in the Russian Federation came to PBN H+K with a request to help them improve the performance of their media monitoring activities. 
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Enel: Becoming One of Russia’s Reliable Energy Providers
When Enel, one of the largest foreign investors in Russia’s electrical energy sector, wanted to announce its $4 billion acquisition of OGK-5, one of the leading wholesale power generating companies in Russia, the company hired PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies.
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Esentai Mall:  Improving Communication Strategy
PBN Hill+Knowlton Kazakhstan office has been retained by Esentai Mall, the biggest luxury and premium shopping mall in Central Asia, since May 2014.
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Eurosport: Unfair Play
Eurosport, the leading European sports entertainment group, hired PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies to manage a crisis when, following unsuccessful contract renewal negotiations, a Russian satellite TV provider and Ukrainian cable operator both announced that Eurosport's channels would be dropped from their channel lineups.
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