As COVID and its impacts ricochet across continents, it’s become clear that our global society is more interdependent than ever.
That’s certainly true when it comes to our health. But we’ve also seen from changing workplaces to popular movements and beyond that an eye to global trends has never been more important in business and how we communicate. It’s clear regulatory issues, public policy outcomes and the rising power of non-traditional stakeholders will have a disproportionate impact on our world for the foreseeable future.
That’s a big reason why we at Glover Park Group announced this week we are joining forces with two other leading firms, UK-based Finsbury and German-based Hering Schuppener. Our new company, Finsbury Glover Hering, will launch early next year and extend our collective reach across the world’s major financial and government capitals. We think our new company reflects the kind of strategic positioning organizations increasingly need in today’s interconnected world.
As all organizations face massive change, unprecedented uncertainty and political upheaval, one thing seems clear: an ability to reach key stakeholders across the globe seems more important than ever. We appreciate having you as part of the conversation, and we’re excited to keep bringing you the context that matters.