McGinn Group Becomes TMG Strategies
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McGinn Group Becomes TMG Strategies

Strategic communications firm The McGinn Group has been rebranded TMG Strategies, a year after Manning Selvage & Lee acquired a majority interest in the Washington, D.C., area firm, which will now operate as a part of the MS&L Consultancy group.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Strategic communications firm The McGinn Group has been rebranded TMG Strategies, a year after Manning Selvage & Lee acquired a majority interest in the Washington, D.C., area firm, which will now operate as a part of the MS&L Consultancy group. The McGinn Group was formed in 2001 as a corporate communications firm specializing in risk and innovation, corporate affairs, high profile conflict, and crisis management.  

 

“We fundamentally believe that we are living through a transformational era in communications,” said TMG Strategies president and CEO Dan McGinn. “What worked yesterday—the thinking, the tactics, the media formats— may not even be relevant today. As a result, we operate at the intersection of business consultancies, think tanks, behavioral and opinion research groups, marketing firms and public relations agencies.”

 

The agency and its predecessor firm have worked with more than 500 organizations in a variety of fields, including pharmaceutical, heath care, high tech, petroleum, not-for-profit, academic, airline, manufacturing, and automotive.

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