2005 Global Profile: Huntsworth PLC


Richard Nichols

Headquarters location


Total US staff


Total non-US staff


Worldwide office locations

  • Wholly owned: Amsterdam, Austin, Barcelona, Basel, Beijing, Belfast, Berlin, Bilbao, Birmingham, Bristol, Brussels, Cambridge, Cardiff, Chicago, Dubai, Dublin, D?sseldorf, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Geneva, Glasgow, Haarlem, Leeds, Lisbon, London, Lugano, Madrid, Manchester, Munich, New Jersey, New York, Northampton, Palo Alto, Paris, San Francisco, Seville, Shanghai, Singapore, Southampton, Stockholm, Tokyo, Valencia, Vienna, Washington, Windsor, Zurich

  • Majority owned: Beaconsfield, Birmingham, Bristol, Brussels, Cardiff, Chicago, Dublin, Edinburgh, Hong Kong, India, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Marlow, New York, Sacramento, Singapore, Tel Aviv

  • Affiliate/partnership: Amsterdam, Auckland, Bangkok, Beijing, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Dubai, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Moscow, Poland, Prague, Rome, South Africa, Stockholm, Sydney, Tokyo

    Proportion of the wholly and majority-owned agencies that carry the parent's brand name


    Global structure

    Huntsworth offers a matrix of brands and geographies with a variety of specialist skills. Our approach is to use the matrix to provide the right expertise in the right place for a client based on their precise needs.

    Key clients

    Not supplied.

    Global and international revenues and staffing change from one year ago (Global revenue is defined as revenue generated by all regions; international revenue is defined as revenue generated by all regions excluding the region in which your agency is headquartered)

    The impact of a busy program of acquisitions for Huntsworth and the subsequent merger with Incepta means that global and international revenues, clients, and staffing have all grown significantly over the past twelve months.

    Performance in light of expectations and the sociopolitical factors affecting performance

    Our performance has exceeded expectations due to the high level of activity referenced in above answer.

    Business won, or lost, in the past year due to a global PR consolidation by the client

    Not supplied.

    Best-performing regions

    Europe and the UK.

    Under-performing regions

    Not available.

    Region targeted for increased investment of resources this year

    Asia Pacific and the US.

    Region targeted for decreased investment of resources this year


    New region/country under consideration to enter this year

    Central Eastern and Europe

    Consideration of international acquisitions or organic growth


    International pro bono activities and other ways the firm connects with the regions in which it operates

    Not supplied.

    Key changes made over the past couple of years that were driven by clients' changing needs

    Our expansion geographically and our acquisition strategy which gives us strong brands with reputations within specific practice areas is all in response to the climate of our clients' changing needs.

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