Argyle continues U.S. expansion with new Houston office

Media & PR veteran Jeremy Desel to lead new office in the Energy Capital of  the World

HOUSTON, TX – December 15, 2022 – Argyle, an award-winning international strategic communications firm with
offices in Washington, D.C., Chicago, Philadelphia and seven Canadian cities, today announced that it is expanding
its footprint to Texas. With a broad client base in Texas and across the south, this will allow the fast-growing agency
to meet client demands in one of North America’s most diverse markets.

“Houston’s diverse business mix makes the Bayou City a true global hub, and Argyle is excited to join this thriving
community,” says Daniel Tisch, CEO of Argyle. “Argyle has a head start, as we already represent highly respected
Texas organizations. As healthcare, energy and other industries face new reputational risks and opportunities, we look
forward to helping even more clients communicate with confidence.”

Argyle’s market focus will include reputation management, crisis communications, media relations, corporate
advisory, brand and marketing services – particularly in the energy and healthcare sectors.

Houston media and PR veteran Jeremy Desel will lead the new office. He previously served the State of Texas as the
first Director of Communications/Chief Spokesperson for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. He also has
worked as a Vice President for Edelman, and at NRG Energy.

Jeremy Desel

Desel may be best known locally for the 17 years he spent as a Senior Reporter at KHOU-TV (CBS) in Houston covering Energy, NASA, Aviation, Infrastructure and Breaking News. He is the winner of more than 20 EMMY Awards, 2 National Edward R. Murrow Awards and over 50 Associated Press, Houston Press Club, and Dallas Press Club Awards.

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