Jack Irvine founded Media House International in 1991 after a highly successful career in British newspapers.
He trained on regional newspapers in Scotland and England before going on to hold senior editorial and management positions in Mirror Group and News International including that of Editor and CEO.
Irvine has carved out a niche in Crisis Management and in that role deals almost exclusively with Chairmen, Presidents and CEOs both in Europe and the US.
Today Media House has offices in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and New York. Irvine has recently completed three-year stints as a board member of the Scottish North American Business Council and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. He was also a member of the Working Party examining public perception of the Scottish Parliament.
Irvine specialises in international litigation and is a founding partner of Tactical Response, a confidential consultancy that advises boards on sensitive matters such as extortion, terrorism, fraud and abduction. They are operational on a global scale.
In the USA, Irvine is a member of The Saint Andrew's Society of the State of New York and advises The American Scottish Foundation based on Madison Avenue.