Florida based Wexford Strategies is going international with a new European office in the port city of Gdynia, Poland. Wexford Strategies recently signed Polish based Demuth Capital which is a “venture capital provider, angel investor, and start-up accelerator, with numerous investment projects throughout Europe and the United States.”
Wexford Strategies insists this is just the start of their European operations. Chris Quinn took over as vice president of international affairs at Wexford Strategies earlier this month and he weighed in on the new office.
“These are exciting times for the firm,” Quinn said on Wednesday. “The announcement today officially kicks off the next phase of our strategic development. Having a European office was essential to be able to provide our clients with the type of international access they deserve, and Demuth Capital will be an exceptional partner in these efforts. I can assure you, this is just the beginning as Wexford will continue to expand our global footprint.”
“The companies of the Demuth Capital group are looking forward to the partnership with Wexford Strategies. Connecting our decades of experience in multiple industries on the Central European market with Wexford Strategies’ connections and experience on the US market is synergy at its best. For our mutual growth as well as expert market access for our clients on both sides of the Atlantic,” said Carsten Demuth, the founder of Demuth Capital, and Janusz Janczarsk, the CEO of Demuth Capital.
Wexford Strategies is a government and public affairs firm directed by Kevin Doyle who served as state director for then U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez, R-Fla., when he represented the Sunshine State on Capitol Hill. “With offices in Jacksonville, Tallahassee and Washington, the firm serves corporate and business clients, advocacy groups, trade associations and not-for-profit groups in providing business development, public policy advocacy, government relations, strategic communications, public affairs and issue management services,” Wexford noted about its work.