PAN Communications has redesigned its website to highlights the agency’s “We Move Ideas” approach to omni-channel storytelling. Boston-based web design and digital marketing agency Digital Impulse, which also spearheaded a 2015 redesign of PAN’s website, handled the project. “Our approach when designing this website was threefold: to create a seamless user experience that better demonstrates our brand’s personality; to support the customer and prospect journey as they seek a trusted agency partner; and last, to offer a clear picture for candidates who want to learn more about PAN’s culture, mission and values through the voices of our employees,” said PAN executive vice president Mark Nardone.


Montieth & Company has revitalized its brand image to reflect the growth and evolution of its business, which has added new services and solutions and now spans the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific. The revitalization of the brand includes a new website designed by Studio Simpatico, a New York based creative design and digital studio, which leverages the ampersand in the Montieth & Company name to highlight the consultancy’s collaborative approach both with its clients and among its global executive team. The move comes on the heels of last year’s launch of a public affairs practice and the creation of Tangible PR, a new company focused on start-ups.


French/​West/​Vaughan has launched a post-graduate apprentice program. The program, which is the first of its kind for the agency, will run throughout the summer and is intended to help spring 2020 graduates facing an unusually challenging job market. The six individuals that make FWV’s inaugural apprentice class have each been assigned a mentor who will teach them the ins and outs of the agency business. They will also be given opportunities to work on specific clients and projects that align with their educational and personal interests. Those interested in exploring job opportunities with the agency are encouraged to visit


LLYC’s corporate communication area has launched its new knowledge platform, formatted as a blog. The blog will include articles in Spanish, English and Portuguese, technical notes and reports by executives and managers from the various areas that make up the LLYC corporate communication team, including corporate finance, crisis, leadership & corporate positioning and legal issues. LLYC has 16 offices across Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Spain and the United States.