CJP Communications changed its name to Prosek Partners to better reflect its international brand and networks. The company chose the name Prosek Partners for its distinctiveness and to highlight the partnerships the firm has developed over its 20-year history with clients and the firm’s collaborative culture.
Of the transition, Jennifer Prosek, the firm’s founder and CEO states: “We have experienced considerable growth both in the U.S. and internationally. More than 40 percent of our domestic clients tap us for work outside of the United States, and 20 percent of our clients are non-U.S. companies. To support our global client base, we wanted a single name we could use worldwide.” She added: “Our new tag line, ‘Unboxed Communications,’ says it all. We bring fresh ideas and unconventional strategies to clients in the financial and business sectors.”
The firm grows year over year and is ranked as one of the leading independently owned U.S. financial PR firms, by revenue. It has been an Inc. 5000 fastest-growing company for the last three years consecutively. The firm has also been included on the merger market League Tables of PR Advisors, where ranked No. 11 in the U.S. and No. 20 globally.
Jennifer Prosek’s book, Army of Entrepreneurs, about Prosek’s model and how other companies can integrate its principles, was published by AMACOM, the publishing arm of the American Management Association. Prosek attributes its “Army of Entrepreneurs™” model to their increasing success with attracting and retaining talented professionals.
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