Conshohocken-Based Creative Agency Acquired by Wilmington Firm

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Mangos acquired by AB&C.
Image via Aloysius Butler & Clark, The Philadelphia Business Journal.
Aloysius Butler & Clark partners: Steve Merino, chief creative officer; CEO Linda Shopa; CEO Tom McGivney; and President Paul Pomeroy, L to R..

A Wilmington, Delaware, marketing agency, Aloysius Butler & Clark, has obtained creative agency Mangos in Conshohocken, writes Laura Smythe for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Aloysius Butler & Clark will be absorbing the 15 Mangos employees at their two offices in Philadelphia and Bloomsburg, PA, which equals around 100 employees in those offices, though the company still is observing the hybrid model, allowing workers to chose an office to work in.

“For the last year, we have been seeking to partner with an organization that would help us to expand our offerings, particularly in the areas of PR, social, research, digital and media services,” Mangos Partner Bradley Gast said in a statement. “AB&C not only satisfies that need, but through our combined resources, enables us to offer even more services and value to our clients.”

The Mangos office will still operate as planned, and now offers additional services to their clients as a result of the merger, in market research, social media, public relations, media, and digital marketing.

The services offered by the two firms complement each other, Paul Pomeroy, President at Aloysius Butler & Clark, said.

Read more about marketing agency Aloysius Butler & Clark acquiring Conshohocken creative agency Mangos in the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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