34 minutes | Oct 1st 2020

Episode 97: Mark Holthe, Founder and Chief Inspirational Officer at Holthe Immigration Law

When Mark Holthe made the decision to start a virtual immigration firm, he knew he needed to do things differently. By creating an innovative approach with a “client-centered, firm-supported” service model and a strong content marketing strategy, Holthe Immigration Law has become a leader in its field—and a nominee for the 2020 Reisman Award for Best New Law Firm.
In this episode, Mark chats with Clio CEO Jack Newton about:
  • How Holte Immigration Law has grown and succeeded as a virtual law firm
  • Why and how Mark implemented a dedicated content marketing strategy—including blogging, podcasting, video, and social media
  • What being client-centered and firm-supported means to Mark, and why it’s valuable for his firm
  • How Mark sees immigration practice changing for the better in the next 3-5 years
Mark Holthe is Founder and Chief Inspirational Officer at Holthe Immigration Law. He acts for large multinational and domestic companies assisting with relocation, sourcing of foreign skilled labour, and intra-company transfers to Canada. He also provides support on all cross-border related immigration matters for US companies seeking to do business in Canada. Mark is a past Executive Member of the National Immigration Section of the Canadian Bar Association as well as a Past-Chair of the Canadian Bar Association's Immigration Section in Calgary. He is also a member of the International Bar Association's Immigration and Nationality Law Committee, and a member of the Canadian Chapter and Global Migration Section of the American Immigration Lawyer Association. Additionally, Mark is the host of the Canadian Immigration Podcast on iTunes. You can follow Mark on Twitter at @MarkHolthe