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Huntsworth is the PR and marketing services group headed by Lord Chadlington, previously the founder of Shandwick (now Weber Shandwick). The company has been transformed by the reverse takeover in 2005 of much larger marketing communications group Incepta, whose portfolio included PR and marketing services brands including Citigate and Dewe Rogerson. The enlarged group adopted the Huntsworth name and is run by the smaller company's senior management team. Incepta's portfolio of non-PR businesses was sold on to rival marketing group Media Square towards the end of 2005. Advertising Age ranked Incepta as the #12 ad organisation worldwide in 2004 with revenues of $280m. Source: [1]

In August 2000 "Jon Foulds, Lord Chadlington and Anthony Brooke (S.G. Warburg) are appointed directors of the Huntsworth plc board." [1]

Board

Accessed July 2012: [2]

subsidiaries

Financial and Corporate Communications

Public Affairs

Public Relations

  • Citigate
  • Citigate Cunningham
  • Citigate Demuth
  • Citigate France
  • Citigate Gramma
  • Citigate Gunpowder
  • Citigate Sanchis
  • EHPR
  • Grayling
  • Harrison Cowley
  • Haslimann Taylor PR
  • NBS Public Relations
  • PR Force Belgium
  • PR Force Netherlands
  • SCPR London
  • The Red Consultancy
  • Trimedia

Healthcare

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References

  1. Huntsworth History, organizational web page, accessed July 1, 2012.
  2. Huntsworth Board, organizational web page, accessed July 1, 2012.