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Announcement – SPB has a new look!

Operating in an ever-changing environment, SPB has always challenged its own approaches. This is why we are announcing an updated image, two new offices in Montreal, a renovated working space in Toronto and the addition of more than 10 seasoned professionals to consolidate our team.

Our redesigned visual platform is built around two central tenets of our identity: pooling our strengths and unleashing the organization’s potential. The graphical concept reflects our determination to bring about real change that offers clients meaning and value. As the cornerstone of our brand, the SPB logo symbolizes the individual within the group, synergy and evolution. The eye-catching yellow that will appear in all of our communications suggests a warm, creative personality.

We are also taking the opportunity of this renewal to reinforce our presence in Canada’s two largest cities with the addition of over ten experts and two business offices in Montreal, as well as the expansion of our working space in Toronto. Our team has some 100 talented players, making us a leading consulting group locally and internationally.

This power to act has resulted in solid, lasting partnerships with close to 700 clients and counting. More than ever, we believe that by working together, we can have an impact on their future by accelerating their evolution into people-driven, high-performance organizations.

Are you ready to forge your future now?

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