Sudhakar Kesavan: ICF Changes GHK Subsidiary’s Name to Build Europe, Asia Brand Recognition

ICF InternationalICF International‘s London-based subsidiary GHK has adopted the “ICF International” brand in an effort to reflect both the parent company’s and subsidiary’s consulting work in the private and public sectors.

GHK has been part of ICF since 2012 and offers advisory services to government organizations, donor agencies and multilateral development institutions, ICF said Wednesday.

“Changing the name of ICF GHK to ICF International helps build ICF brand recognition in Europe and Asia,” said Sudhakar Kesavan, ICF International chairman and chief executive.

“This change will support continued growth and success for ICF’s more than 4,500 employees around the globe, leading to more opportunity to support challenging world issues,” Kesavan added.

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