On October 21, 2019, we launched Tangible at the Global PR Summit in Washington DC. Tangible provides today’s new generation of startups with an integrated suite of marketing communications, content, media relations and management consultancy services and solutions.
Since founding Montieth & Company in 2007, we have had one central and driving priority: delivering high-value outcomes for our clients. In order to achieve that we knew we needed to forge our own unique form of specialist communications expertise. That led to the development and growth of a wonderfully talented team of executives, the creation of six practice groups and a global expansion that has enabled us to serve our clients in multiple money and media markets.
Throughout our evolution we’ve learned a few things. Most importantly, we’re not just selling some “product,” but instead more of a perspective and a process. Both are rooted in our corporate culture and in how we collaborate as a global team across diverse professional experiences and languages. It’s also in how we view the world, our role in it as a responsible, purpose-driven organization, and how we convert our insights into expertise that delivers on our brand promise to achieve high-value outcomes.
But there’s more. Central to that process is anticipating client needs and ambitions, and evolving to be sure we can and will meet them. Which brings me back to Tangible.
Tangible is the direct result of our perspective and insights about the world our clients want to operate and succeed in – both the opportunities and the challenges they’re facing. We’ll put in place the same “process” of delivering excellence for Tangible’s clients, wherever they are in the world, and wherever they need to go. I encourage you to learn more about Tangible, in our announcement and if you get the opportunity also from my remarks at the Independent PR Firm Forum at this year’s PRovoke19.
All the best,
Montieth M. Illingworth
CEO & Managing Partner
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