John Temple, Inc.

John Temple, Inc.

Business definition | Investor communications | Personal histories

John Temple has been helping companies define themselves and tell their stories since the early 1980s.

John’s clients come from a multitude of industries. They’ve included global technology leaders (Corning, IBM, Raytheon), financial innovators (Goldman Sachs, Highland Capital, Updata Partners), national law firms (Fish & Richardson, Goodwin Procter, Ropes & Gray) and renowned nonprofits (Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston University, Rhode Island Hospital).

His projects span the gamut from annual reports to business plans, ad campaigns to investor roadshows. In each case, John applies his knowledge, insight and creativity to turn complex situations into core messages that make sense and are true to the business. Result: sharper vision inside the company, and a more compelling story for the rest of the world.

John’s personal background includes a Harvard degree in History and Literature and two degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design. He’s also been a principal of a regional ad agency and co-CEO of a quixotic venture to revive the defunct Edaville Railroad in southeastern Massachusetts. Two years ago in his spare time he produced a 250-page volume of memorabilia for a family reunion. He currently serves on the boards of several civic and charitable organizations in his hometown community on Cape Cod.