Ruder Finn Wins Esselte Account
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Ruder Finn Wins Esselte Account

Esselte, one of the world’s largest office supplies manufacturers, has retained Ruder Finn to develop and implement a strategic branding and corporate communications program.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Esselte, one of the world’s largest office supplies manufacturers, has retained Ruder Finn to develop and implement a strategic branding and corporate communications program. The account will be led from Ruder Finn’s New York office by executive vice president Montieth Illingworth and will focus on raising Esselte’s brand awareness and value proposition among corporate stakeholders, business partners and end-users. 

Headquartered in Stamford, Conn., and with sales of approximately $1 billion in more than 120 countries around the world, Esselte is the parent company to a family of leading office product brands such as DYMO, Pendaflex, Oxford and Leitz. It was acquired by J.W. Childs, the Boston-based private equity investment firm.

“Ruder Finn demonstrated unparalleled strategic insight, creativity and passion throughout the agency selection process,” said Helena Wong, Esselte’s chief marketing officer and president of Esselte Asia Pacific. “The team understands our communications challenges and goals, and I am confident they will be a dynamic partner for Esselte as we continue to elevate our global corporate identity.”

Mary Trudel, Ruder Finn executive vice president, will manage global consumer branding. International programs will also be launched via Ruder Finn’s wholly owned offices and affiliate network throughout Europe and Asia Pacific.

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