Salina, Kan.-based IPA 100 firm K·Coe Isom LLP (FY22 net revenue of $80.6 million) has rebranded after 90 years and will be known as Pinion going forward.
The firm says the new name is meant to encompass a more forward-thinking, proactive and global approach to its business, which focuses largely on advisory services for clients in the food and agriculture industries.
“This is a deliberate and proactive move to accelerate our mission, which is to continue to make a difference in the world we live in by using robust resources to help guide, strengthen and secure the future of agriculture operations and production,” says CEO Jeff Wald. “We know, in today’s challenging food and agriculture environment, knowledge is power. Pinion is enriching global resources for our farmer, rancher and landowner customers by revolutionizing information and insights.”