Dany Levy Communications enters into collaboration with Israel’s largest influencer marketing firm, Leaders. As part of the cooperation, Leaders will serve as the influencer department for Dany Levy, one of the largest PR firms in the country, and together the two will offer joint PR and influencer campaigns.
Dany Levy Communications chosen to head PR for Issta, Israel’s largest travel company. Issta will be represented by Dany Levy’s tourism department, which represents organizations such as Fattal Hotels, the largest Israeli hotel chain in the world, and other companies in tourism and travel.
Public relations firm Dany Levy Communications will handle PR accounts for Yes Planet and Rav Hen. Both brands belong to the international Cineworld Group, one of the two largest cinema groups in the world. The account will be managed by the firm’s consumer department, under the direct management of Partner Tal Mizrahi. Yes Plant’s chain of cinemas is spread out across Israel, operating six cineplexes in Ramat Gan, Haifa, Rishon LeZion, Jerusalem, Beersheba, and most recently, Zichron Yaakov. The chain has been operating in Israel since 1930, and also operates five movie halls under the well-established Rav Hen brand. Yes Planet Head of Marketing Liad Kimberg said: “We are pleased and excited about this new cooperation with PR firm Dany Levy Communications and hope to reach new peaks with them.”
As the leading sporting brand in Israel, and one of the two leading sporting brands in the world, the account is considered extremely prestigious in the Israeli PR market. Keren Nahir, VP Marketing at Adidas Israel said: “We are excited to start a new journey with one of Israel’s leading PR firms. We are convinced that our cooperation with Dany and the rest of the team will continue to provide real value to our customers, as we continue to innovate and excite our audience.”
Dany Levy Communications was chosen to represent Fattal Hotels, the largest Israeli hotel chain in the world, operating in dozens of locations in Israel and in Europe. The chain owns a number of brands, including Leonardo Hotels, Herods, U Hotels, NYX Hotels and others.
Dany Levy Communications joins the PR array of automotive firm Mayer Group, and will manage PR efforts for brands Honda, Honda Motorcycles, Hertz and Auto Center. Dany Levy is considered one of the leading and fastest-growing PR firms in Israel, and yet, this is the first time the firm has added a client from the automotive industry to its ranks.
Ran Rahav Communications and PR, Shalom TELAVIV (Zamir Dahbash) and Dani Levy Communications are the leading PR firms in Israel, according to public relations news website Everything-PR. The website ranked the leading PR firms around the world and stated that “the Israeli PR market is at its peak.” When discussing Dany Levy Communications, the article read: “Since its beginning in December 2007, they have become one of the top PR firms in Israel with their office in Tel Aviv. Some of their clients include Coca-Cola, Adidas, Samsung, Gett and others. Levy runs a fast-growing, aggressive, results-oriented agency.”
PR and media consulting firm Dany Levy Communications partners with startup company ExitValley, operated by a group of seasoned entrepreneurs, including Yaron Adler, Oded Federbusch and Yaniv Shiryon. ExitValley developed a system which enables investment in startup companies and small businesses, and owning shares in various ventures, while enabling entrepreneurs to raise capital using crowdfunding. This is the first investment in a startup company by Dany Levy Communications, which represents some 70 of the largest companies in Israel, specializing in technology (Coca Cola Israel, Gett and others).
Public relations for the Coca Cola company will be handled by PR firm Dany Levy Communications. The firm will operate in coordination with the Central Bottling Company’s Director of Public Relations, Tomer Sagis. Both parties began working together during the last Passover holiday, as Dany Levy Communications orchestrated media relations for Coca Cola’s ‘recycling factory’ activity over the holiday.