Our global presence brings vast perspectives and seamless continuity. Learn more about the locations where we operate.
Berlin is known for its deep history, with gardens, iconic landmarks, festive traditions, and the relaxed allure of its beer gardens. The Brandenburg Gate stands as a symbol of historical grandeur and Berlin is a common tourist destination because of its distinct architecture and of course, Oktoberfest, a celebration that brings the city to life.
Established in 2016 on historic Avenue Louise in the heart of the city, our location is conveniently nestled among dozens of historic attractions within walking distance. Brussels is home to the European Union, the primary languages spoken are French and Dutch, and our favorite part – is renowned for its incredible chocolate!
Chicago isn’t just loved by our team, but by millions of tourists. Visitors (and our team!) can enjoy cultural landmarks like The Art Institute and the vast collections of the Field Museum. Chicago is home to the iconic Cloud Gate in Millennium Park, Wrigley Field, renowned deep-dish pizza. With so much art, culture, and vibrance, there’s always something to do in the windy city.
Established in 2008, our Cleveland office is one of our founding locations and has cultivated enduring relationships with clients such as the Cleveland Clinic and CBIZ. Our location boasts stunning views of Lake Erie and the Cleveland Browns stadium, offering proximity to iconic landmarks like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Playhouse Square's 11 theaters, the extensive Cleveland Metroparks, Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, and Progressive Field.
Columbus is a hub of innovation with a vibrant arts scene and a booming tech industry. Consistently ranked among the best places to live, Columbus combines a dynamic lifestyle with the award-winning Columbus Zoo and Aquarium for a uniquely enriching experience. Columbus has an excellent culture that offers creativity, technology, and a high-quality living environment.
Our office in the Civica building in Cherry Creek places us amidst a vibrant community with excellent dining and retail options, including B Corps like Warby Parker and Athleta – and we’re lucky to have been here since 2012. We love the mountain views from our rooftop patio, a favorite spot for our team. Denver offers a rich culture with proximity to the Rocky Mountains, 300 days of sunshine annually, the Mile High City, and tons of breweries to enjoy.
Durham, North Carolina
Durham, a dynamic city, offers a rich blend of cultural and recreational attractions. Near our office, there are plenty of things to do like stopping by the Beyu Caffe for soulful vibes and live music, Ninth Street Bakery for delectable treats, and the iconic Durham Bulls Athletic Park. The American Tobacco Campus provides a mix of historic and modern spaces, while the Durham Performing Arts Center showcases top-tier performances. Just a 10-minute drive away lies the serene Sarah P. Duke Gardens, a 55-acre botanical garden.
Kansas City, Kansas
Kansas City offers the historical tapestry at Kaw Point Park, where the Kansas River and Missouri River converge—a site harking back to Lewis and Clark's legendary expedition. Visitors often enjoy the charm of the Strawberry Hill neighborhood, a historic enclave with a rich immigrant history. As a vibrant community with historical significance, Kansas City encapsulates a unique blend of heritage and healthcare excellence, including the renowned University of Kansas Health System.
Kansas City, Missouri
Kansas City has a unique charm, known for its fountains, renowned barbecue, and passionate sports culture. One of our founding offices, established in 2008, has had a deep civic involvement which is evident in our enduring partnerships including the University of Kansas Health System, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and Evergy. Located in the vibrant Crossroads Art District, our office in the historic Vitagraph Building, once part of Film Row, offers proximity to cultural gems like the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
The Twin Cities, Minneapolis and St. Paul, are distinctive for their unique blend of urban sophistication and natural charm. Nestled along the picturesque banks of the Mississippi River, the cities offer a harmonious mix of cultural richness and outdoor recreation. Renowned for their vibrant arts scenes, diverse culinary offerings, and a friendly Midwestern atmosphere, the Twin Cities provide a welcoming environment for residents and visitors alike. The abundance of lakes, parks, and bike trails adds to the area's allure, creating a balanced urban-nature experience. With a strong emphasis on community engagement, education, and a thriving economy, the Twin Cities are a dynamic metropolitan region.
Omaha, a vibrant city, hosts four Fortune 500 headquarters and boasts a diverse economy encompassing agriculture, food processing, finance, insurance, transportation, healthcare, and education. Known for its "Nebraska nice" culture, the city combines a big-city atmosphere with a small-town feel, encouraging friendly interactions and community engagement. Omaha is home to the NCAA College World Series and the renowned Henry Doorly Zoo. Situated in the heart of the country's agricultural center, it offers farm-to-fork dining experiences, reflecting the region's leadership in the agricultural sector.
St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis, where the iconic Gateway Arch stands tall as the nation's tallest monument, features a lively culture with a perfect blend of history, sports, and the soul-stirring sounds of blues. Busch Stadium, home to the Cardinals, is a historic baseball field to catch a game or dive into the soulful rhythm of St. Louis through its vibrant blues music scene, an integral part of the city's cultural tapestry.
Our office, established in 2012, resides in the historic National Savings and Trust Building just steps from the White House and is easily accessible via public transportation. We get to enjoy the sights of America’s capital, home to numerous historical monuments and diverse museums like the National Mall, Lincoln Memorial, the Smithsonian National Air and Sace Museum, and more.
Known as "The Air Capital of the World”, the city is a hub for aircraft production and lies on the western edge of the Flint Hills, an ecoregion of tallgrass prairies. Wichita, Kansas offers a diverse range of activities like interactive exhibits at Exploration Place, Cowtown, and the Botanica Gardens. Old Town boasts a lively mix of shops and restaurants for a night out, while cultural venues like the Orpheum Theatre and Century II are great for an evening with the arts.
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