Global communications firm Hume Brophy has opened an office in Frankfurt.
The new office will be the agency’s seventh international base and allow the firm to provide European, Asian and US clients services in Germany. It joins other branches based in London, Dublin, Brussels, Paris, Singapore and New York.
Hume Brophy is opening the office thanks to an expected surge of interest in Frankfurt following Brexit. The agency claims to have already seen demand from clients for financial services and corporate communications support in Germany.
Juergen Parr will head up the Frankfurt office and he brings 20 years of experience in strategic financial services and corporate communications.
Conall McDevitt, CEO of Hume Brophy, commented: “We are already seeing moves into Frankfurt as a result of Brexit, as institutions worldwide prepare themselves for how they structure their European corporate presences. Politically and financially, firms will need to a way to engage with stakeholders there. That’s the demand we are seeing from clients – and the new office puts us ahead of the curve, and perfectly positioned to meet that demand.”