BrandBourg, announces its association with the Humanise collective. With offices in Montréal and Toronto, BrandBourg operates in both national and international markets. Its association with the collective will allow it to continue its growth and serve its clients by offering additional expertise as part of its offering.
Humanise is a collective of independent, locally owned companies. The collective offers its clients a wide range of complementary disciplines and expertise in a flexible formula adapted to their needs.
Humanise has an international reach and a presence in Montréal and Toronto, with over 350 employees working in eight independent companies.
With this new partnership, BrandBourg will continue to offer the same comprehensive marketing, branding and design services to a wide range of organizations in Quebec, across Canada and internationally.
“We are excited about this association, which allows us to offer the best of both worlds. On the one hand, we continue to be an independent firm specialized in branding, as we have been for over eight years. On the other hand, for certain projects or clients who wish to do so, our expertise can be enhanced by that of our colleagues at Humanise in order to offer a full range of integrated services.”
Christian Pichette – Founding Partner and President of BrandBourg
“BrandBourg brings together top senior talent, who are specialists in the fields of strategy, architecture and brand management. This is key for companies that want to build or increase the impact of their brand.”
Sébastien Fauré – Co-founder of the Humanise collective and president of the Bleublancrouge agency
Humanise is a unique collective comprised of eight independent, locally owned companies. Drawing from complementary disciplines in the communications sector, we share a common belief: today’s business issues require innovative, empathetic and sustainable solutions. From Montréal to Toronto, our 350 specialists put humans at the heart of the creative process and the economic equation.
To find out more, visit humanise.world