Argyle Joins Believeco:Partners - New owner-operator of partner-owned communications & marketing agencies will deliver more for clients across North America

Argyle’s partners are excited to announce that we have joined Believeco:Partners, an independent owner, operator and builder of the foremost marketing, communications and engagement agencies in North America.

Alongside Argyle, which continues as a partner-led engagement, communication and reputation agency, our clients will benefit from the services of Believeco, our new full-service marketing agency. Argyle continues to be a proud partner of Castlemain, the leading advisory firm serving Indigenous nations, peoples and communities. Together, these partner-led agencies comprise more than 300 professionals with offices across North America. Together, we aim to transform the North American communications and marketing landscape - while remaining proudly owned and led by practitioners.

It's the best of both worlds for our people and our clients: the leaders, teams and values you trust, driven by the same purpose, with exciting new partners and vast new resources, including an investment from the Canadian Business Growth Fund.

Find out more at believecopartners.com.

Daniel Tisch, CEO, Argyle
Co-Managing Partner, Believeco:Partners

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