Corporations

We have represented some of the largest corporations in the world such as Mitsubishi Corporation, CitiCorp, BMW, NT&T and the list goes on. We work with privately held and publicly held entities. Most of our corporate work involves representing mid-size firms in financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, food service and technology. Our vast experience means we are mini-experts on virtually every industry. When you hire us, we don’t require much of a learning curve, if any at all.

When we get started we make sure to understand your company culture, current issues/challenges in your industry, your competition and global financial issues that may impact your company. We then develop a plan of action to achieve desired marketing results and get to work.

Featured Blog Posts


How LA Times Move Will Impact PR

How will the sale of the LA Times impact local PR and marketing opportunities? As is well known, last week, the Los Angeles Times announced it has a new owner. Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, a surgeon, part LA Lakers owner and pharmaceutical billionaire purchased the paper for a reported $500 million. Along with the purchase, he […]

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Tweet at your own risk — a marketing and PR lesson

Our job is to help organizations market and PR themselves.  To do so, it is critical that everything a nonprofit or for-profit organization does is done carefully. That’s why we always say “tweet with caution.”  Once you let your feelings loose on the internet, you will either benefit or regret you ever made the post. […]

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When is a crisis a crisis?

Every organization needs to protect its reputation.  And when something occurs to jeopardize that reputation, the crisis communications experts go into action. But how do you know when a crisis is a real crisis?  How do you know that trying to alleviate a crisis won’t just make matters worse by calling attention to it? These […]

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