Trow Global becomes exp Global Inc.

Members of the Trow Global family of companies will adopt the exp brand identity.

04/04/2011


Trow Global Holdings Inc., a Brampton, Ontario-based engineering, consulting, and project management firm, has changed its name to exp Global Inc. Members of the Trow Global family of companies will adopt the new exp brand to better represent the breadth of services, geographic reach, and scope of the organization.

“Today marks the beginning of a new era for our organization and our clients,” said Vlad Stritesky, president and CEO of exp Global. “Changing our brand to exp is the culmination of more than 25 companies and thousands of people coming together. This change will help us drive home the message that we provide a complete range of services, where our clients need them, and all under one roof.”

More than 30 companies throughout North America will adopt the exp brand, including United States-based companies X-nth and Trow Engineering Consultants. Teng & Assocs. Inc., an exp company based in Chicago and with offices across the U.S., will adopt the exp name in the coming months.



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