Black Sun appointed to produce the TNS Annual Report - Black Sun Global

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Black Sun appointed to produce the TNS Annual Report

Following a competitive pitch, Taylor Nelson Sofres plc (TNS) has appointed Black Sun Plc to produce its 2007 Annual Report.

TNS is a leading market insight and information group and the world’s foremost provider of custom research and analysis. The Group operates globally across 70 countries, allowing it to provide internationally consistent, up-to-the-minute and high quality information and analysis. 

TNS recognises that UK-listed companies are going through a period of significant change in corporate reporting and has a real appetite to produce best practice shareholder communications.

The Group was looking for an agency that could provide both strategic guidance and innovative design ideas to support its message. Black Sun expects to be working with TNS on its reporting strategy over a three-year period.

Janis Parks, Head of Investor Relations at TNS, says: “We were aware of Black Sun’s experience as leaders in the provision of strategic communications and advisers in best practice corporate reporting. We were impressed not only by their track record and client base, but also their knowledge of our business.”  

David Christopherson, Chief Executive of Black Sun Plc, says: “We are delighted to be working with a forward thinking company such as TNS who share our ambition to move towards best practice in communications.”