About Us

Green Square was founded to provide practical and insightful corporate finance advice to the media and marketing communications sector.

We help shareholders of independent businesses prepare for sale and ultimately achieve the optimum transaction. We typically advise businesses with enterprise values ranging from £10m to £50m.

The leadership team at Green Square comprises three Partners, each of whom have worked within the sector in both advisory and operational roles.  We are supported by an exceptional team of analysts, researchers, copywriters and client service personnel and an Advisory Board of experienced entrepreneurs and industry gurus.

We are all passionate about the sector and are regular speakers at industry seminars and commentators within the press and on our weekly Drum blog. We provide advice on the compilation of a number of industry league tables, including the Drum Digital 100. This experience and enthusiasm is reflected in the work we undertake for clients – we have an excellent understanding of our clients’ businesses.

We believe Green Square is a breath of fresh air in the stuffy world of corporate finance. The vast majority of our clients are via referral, reflecting the professional but user-friendly experience we provide.

Latest news
Green Square advises Social Life Media on its acquisition by Jellyfish

We are delighted to have advised award-winning social media agency Social Life Media on their acquisition by Jellyfish Group....
17th December 2019

‘It’s rather sad’ – M&C Saatchi exodus leaves more questions than answers, Tony Walford quoted in The Drum

What’s next for beleaguered M&C Saatchi is the question now being asked after the resignation of the agency’s co-founder...
11th December 2019

Green Square at “Boom or bust in the new world order? Provoking thoughts on the agency future” panel event

Tony Walford was delighted to join leading industry figures at Kemp Little and The Growth Factory’s breakfast panel discussion...
7th October 2019

Why M&C Saatchi can still be optimistic despite its accounting woes, Tony Walford writes in The Drum

One of the biggest talking points in our industry over the past few months has been what might colloquially...
30th September 2019