Gorkana Insight & Analysis Team
Hume Brophy has opened a new office in the heart of the Parisian business district, on Boulevard Haussmann.
The office in Paris will deliver public relations and public affairs services to the domestic French market as well as international companies and organizations.
“Our new Paris office is an exciting and significant step for our company as well as for our existing and prospective clients," explained John Hume, founding partner.
"In terms of Gross Domestic Product, France is the second largest economy in Europe and the fifth worldwide. The country counts 2.5 million companies and many French companies are global leaders in various industries in which Hume Brophy holds specific expertise such as the Transport, Retail and Banking and insurance industries. I am confident that we will perform well in this new business environment.”
The operation is managed by Irish-French consultant Eva McKeown-Menseau who joined Hume Brophy’s Brussels office in 2011 and specialises in media relations, policy analysis and lobbying strategies for clients. She added: "I am extremely pleased to be a key part of the Paris office expansion and eager to bring Hume Brophy’s expertise and resources to our clients in France."
"We are in expansion mode and will be recruiting for our new location in the coming months,” added John Hume.