AIA Worldwide and Carve unite and rebrand as Radancy

Global talent technology company AIA Worldwide and social media consultancy Carve have this week announced they are rebranding as Radancy, uniting with their global organisation.

The new name and look are intended to convey the company’s “energy, optimism and impact”, a media statement said, as well as creating a single global brand and connected intelligence of a unified platform.

“Unifying the company’s global presence and advanced capabilities under one new brand will help accelerate the growth of both their employees and talent acquisition platform moving forward,” the statement went on to say.

New integrations to further deliver an end-to-end, personalised client experience include social capabilities from Carve, creative and customer service approach from CKR, technology from Maximum and programmatic AdTech from Perengo.

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