Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Strategy Consulting Firm Altman Vilandrie & Company to Open New York City Office

Altman Vilandrie & Company, a strategy consulting firm focused on the communications, media, clean tech and related technology sectors, today announced it will open a New York City office, which will help the company attract more talent and better serve its growing number of clients in the New York region. The opening of the new office is another example of Altman Vilandrie & Company’s growth, including a more than 50 percent increase in the firm’s workforce in the last year.

“This is a significant step in the company’s growth,” said Altman Vilandrie & Company Chief Operating Officer Steve Conway. “New York City is a global media hub and our new office gives us a great platform to serve our expanding roster of communications and media clients. The remarkable growth we have experienced over the past year is a testament to the hard work and talents of our amazing team and the value we provide our clients.”

Altman Vilandrie & Company’s significant growth this year has included the expansion of its leadership team by bringing in outside talent and promoting top internal performers. In addition, in April Altman Vilandrie & Company launched a new Clean Tech & Smart Grid Practice Group.

Altman Vilandrie & Company is poised for further growth in 2011 and the new office will allow Altman Vilandrie & Company to tap into the large pool of communications and media industry experts in the New York region. The new 5000-square-foot office on 3rd Avenue is scheduled to open in December.

About Altman Vilandrie & Company

Altman Vilandrie & Company is a strategy consulting group that focuses on the communications, media, clean tech and related technology and investor sectors. The company’s consultants are experienced in strategy, marketing, finance, M&A, technology, regulatory and operations disciplines. Based in Boston, Altman Vilandrie & Company enables clients to seize new opportunities, navigate mounting challenges, improve business performance, and increase investor value within complex and converging industries. Ninety percent of the boutique firm’s operator clients are large- to mid-cap companies including service providers, content creators and aggregators, and equipment and software developers. Altman Vilandrie & Company’s financial clients include many of the largest and most prominent investors in the communications, media and related technology markets. More information can be found at

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