Publicis Sapient has announced the completion of the strategic acquisition of Australia-based management consultancy firm, Third Horizon.

Founded in 2004, Third Horizon has driven double-digit growth through their work with clients such as New South Wales and Victoria State Governments, Lendlease, Powerco New Zealand, Ausgrid and the Federal Government.

They offer connected capabilities across strategy, design, and execution and offerings in strategic insights, human-centered design, operating model, commercial strategy, technology enablement, culture & change management, and program delivery.

Nigel Vaz, Global CEO, Publicis Sapient said, “I’m excited to welcome Third Horizon to Publicis Sapient. With the addition of their team, and market-leading capabilities in management consulting, we reinforce our commitment to accelerating our clients’ transformations, and will offer one of the most comprehensive end-to-end transformational solutions for our clients globally.”

Neville Bagot, Third Horizon’s Managing Director said, “Third Horizon was established on the relentless focus of helping our clients deliver results.  With the increasing interconnection of customer, digital and operating models, Publicis Sapient emerged as the obvious partner to enhance the breadth of our capabilities, and deliver value to our clients.  We couldn’t be more excited.”

“Publicis Sapient’s acquisition of a management consulting firm like Third Horizon aligns with our global strategy, and will further accelerate the growth we are experiencing in Australia and internationally,” said Sarah Adam-Gedge, Managing Director, Publicis Sapient Australia.

“The depth of industry experience from Third Horizon, combined with Publicis Sapient’s deep experience in digital business transformation through the eyes of the customer is an extremely exciting proposition for clients. I am looking forward to working closely with Third Horizon’s principals Neville Bagot, Robert Kelly and Steven Metzmacher who have built an incredibly successful consulting business.”

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