Mach Media Expands Staff, Announces New US Headquarters in Washington D.C.

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02-06-2015 14:06:58

Mach Media Expands Staff, Announces New US Headquarters in Washington D.C.

Mach Media, a division of Across Group, has announced the expansion of its global communications consulting network with the opening of a new US headquarters in Washington D.C.

Mach Media is a results-driven agency of marketing communications consultants, content developers, project managers and PR professionals. The company is based in Ghent, Belgium.

The new office, at 1701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, will serve as headquarters for Mach Media’s growing US operations. The company has a particular focus on multinational organizations that are targeting both Europe and the United States for business opportunities. By locating its headquarters in D.C., the agency can also assist companies seeking to influence policymakers.

In order to service its US-based and global clients, Mach Media has strengthened its professional staff with two new hires. James Lubinskas has been hired as a Senior Consultant. A public relations professional with over 16 years’ experience, Lubinskas has a strong background in business and technology, having represented clients such as Software AG, MicroStrategy and USA Today.

Rick Judge joins the team as a Consultant. He specializes in media relations, video production and digital strategies and has represented clients such as General Electric, Glens Falls Hospital and RACER Trust.

Taunya Renson-Martin, Mach Media Founder and Managing Partner, sees the growth of US operations as a necessity for Mach Media’s client base. “Our expanding US presence represents the reality of today’s global business climate,” said Renson-Martin. “Most of our European clients require a US marcom and media presence, and many American companies are also looking to increase their operations in Europe. Having strong teams in both regions allows us to meet all the marketing and communications needs of our customers on both sides of the Atlantic.”



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