Toronto — Hatch said it is strengthening its services and growing its capabilities to deliver an unparalleled level of service that will help clients adapt to unstable markets and a rapidly changing world and emerge stronger. The company is committing to partnering with its clients to develop new ideas and solutions to improve business performance and create new opportunities for growth.
Hatch CEO John Bianchini made the announcement at a reception during the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention, where he outlined the company’s vision and strategy to a large gathering of industry leaders.
In a statement, Bianchini described a new era of positive change at Hatch:
“In a world of perpetual change, we see emerging challenges for our clients that need action today. Working as partners, we will develop new ideas that challenge the status quo and deliver technologies and innovations to create a better world.
“This is a defining moment in our history. There are many global and industry forces affecting our clients—unstable markets, financial volatility, climate change, and increased stakeholder expectations, to name a few. For over 60 years, we’ve delivered engineering expertise and advanced technical capabilities to our clients to grow their businesses. We recognize they need even more from us today—better ideas and even better client service.
“We’ll partner with our clients to take on their toughest challenges and provide innovative solutions that improve their bottom line. Our solutions will take into account the entire business life cycle, from concept to completion. At every stage, we’ll listen carefully and respond faster. We’ll harness the knowledge of our global teams and emerging technologies to improve productivity and efficiency and deliver more sustainable outcomes.”
Hatch also unveiled its new visual identity, which is being supported by a new company video and digital campaign. Building on the theme of positive change, the campaign invites clients, employees, and the public to tell Hatch what positive change means to them (#PositiveChange).