Two years ago, Atlanta-based Taylor English Duma hired its first remote partner, kicking off a strategic expansion plan premised on a new, “hybrid” business model.

By pairing its brick-and-mortar hub in Atlanta with a network of partners working remotely, the firm promised to offer clients a broader, high-caliber bench at a relative discount.

Kirk Hancock of Taylor English Duma. Kirk Hancock of Taylor English Duma. (Courtesy photo)

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