Tuesday, June 23, 2020, NEW YORK – Montieth & Company, the global specialist communications consultancy, today launched a revitalized brand image to reflect the growth and evolution of its business, which now includes additional services and solutions and spans the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific.
“In the past 3 years, we have added practice groups and expanded across the globe through our hubs in New York, London and Hong Kong,” said Montieth M. Illingworth, CEO and Global Managing Partner at Montieth & Company. “The time was right for a refresh of the Montieth & Company brand to illustrate the breadth and depth of our work, the results we’re achieving for our clients, and the benefits of our cross-border model.”
The rebranding announcement features a new website designed by Studio Simpatico, a New York based creative design and digital studio, which leverages the ampersand in the Montieth & Company name to highlight the consultancy’s collaborative approach both with its clients and among its diverse, global executive team.
The years 2019 and 2020 to date have been pivotal ones for Montieth & Company. Last year, it launched a Public Affairs practice and created a new company, Tangible PR, to focus on start-ups. The firm’s cross-border work also accelerated with engagements across 23 media markets. That growth continued in 2020, with new clients in the proptech, fintech, AI sectors and additional new clients in financial services.
Montieth added: “Over 70% of our revenues are now cross-border. We continue to see that our integrated, flexible and budget-efficient model is the future for brands who need global communications.”
Montieth & Company is a global specialist communications consultancy, dedicated to enabling organizations to seize opportunity and meet their greatest challenges. Its expertise includes marketing communications and PR, financial communications, litigation communications, public affairs, and issues and crisis management. Montieth & Company has Global Hubs in New York City, London, and Hong Kong from which it penetrates into multiple money and media markets throughout North and South America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific.