Edelman is an international public relations firm with significant operations in Australia. Edelman employs around 1856 people worldwide, and generated revenues of $206 million in 2002. It began operating in Australia in 1987, and opened a branch in Melbourne in 2002. It focuses on "corporate and finance, health care and consumer marketing".
Edelman acquired the Australian firm Rowland from Saatchi & Saatchi in 2000, and the merged company was reported to have revenues of $18 million. (Rochelle Burbury, "Edelman Shifts Towards Consulting", Australian Financial Review, 31 October 2000)
- Ken Cripps, vice chairman
- Kylea Tink, managing director, Sydney
- David McCarthy, managing director, Melbourne
- Gail D'Arcy
- Geoff Crawford, former diplomat & press secretary to the Queen
- Jill Collins, managing director
- David Lumb (Now at Turnbull Porter Novelli)
- Sean Barrett
- John MacGregor (Formerly with the ABC, then a John Fahey staffer, now has his own PR firm) 
- Boots Healthcare
- Coca Cola
- Fitness First
- Singapore Airlines
- The Scotts Company
- Andrew Hornery, "Palace Is The Place To Master The PR Trade", Sydney Morning Herald, February 15, 2001.
- Lara Sinclair, "Don’t ignore social responsibility: Edelman, B&T, January 25, 2002.
- Paul McIntyre, "PR giants struggle against small-is-beautiful brigade", The Australian, July 31, 2003.
- Paul McIntyre, "Corporate philanthropy nice if everybody profits", The Australian Business; Marketing And Advertising, December 11, 2003.