Teneo integrates UK businesses under Teneo Blue Rubicon

Global CEO advisory firm Teneo has integrated its entire UK strategic comms businesses, including Blue Rubicon, under the new name Teneo Blue Rubicon.

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Teneo Blue Rubicon

The move follows Teneo’s acquisitions of Blue Rubicon, Stockwell and Pendomer Communications in 2015. The 250-strong team is now in offices near London Bridge in Central London.

Teneo Blue Rubicon says it will use the global capabilities of the broader Teneo platform across 12 operating divisions to give “strategic counsel to the leaders of large companies and organisations”, with the aim of solving major financial, reputational and transformational issues.

The business is grouped around “four core centres of excellence”: reputation campaigning, government relations, financial communications and strategy consulting.

In addition to the Teneo Blue Rubicon team, the combined office will also include members of Teneo’s Consulting, Sports, Digital and Intelligence divisions.

According to the agency: “The combined London offering represents a major new force in the European consulting market and will provide clients with a unique set of services and expertise not available anywhere in the world today.”

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