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OUTCOME DRIVEN

Finding an agency with the breadth of services and relevant industry experience increases the chances of a successful, longer-term, thoughtful relationship. Beyond services and experience though, we believe there’s something more relevant, more purposeful. We believe being outcome-driven ultimately defines the need a company seeks, be it around Growth, Value, Leadership or Engagement. So find us because of our services and experience, but hire us for the outcome.

MARKETS WE SERVE

For years, we have been serving emerging and established companies across seven core practice areas. Once we took a step back to look at common ground among the visionaries of these companies, four distinct markets rose to the surface.

DISRUPTIVE FORCES
CATEGORY PIONEERS
UNKNOWN LEADERS
WONDER WOMEN

PILLARS OF SERVICE

Defined under the umbrella of a digital public relations and marketing firm.

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Our reputation-generating engine originates from the PR discipline with earned media, executive visibility, analyst relations, awards, rankings and crisis management.

DIGITAL/SOCIAL MKT

We think about digital and social as complementary strategies, each providing metric-rich opportunities to test and scale owned content and paid media efforts.

CREATIVE SERVICES

Everything we do leverages creative services if we’re to draw the attention of our target, including web presence, video expression or emotionally charged campaigns.

DEMAND GENERATION

We begin with a dynamic marketing funnel that kicks off our drip campaigning, supplemented with blog, email and crm marketing strategies.

PRACTICES

  • Technology
  • health
  • Environment
  • Food & Beverage
  • Lifestyle
  • Financial Services
  • Franchising

LATEST WORKS

We Are Proud Of Our Award-Winning Work That Cuts Across Each Of Our Practices.

MEDIA IMPRESSIONS GENERATED

PR, SOCIAL AND CREATIVE AWARDS

STAFF LOST TO AGENCIES SINCE 2003

RSS SPEAKEASY

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    As I entered into the great unknown of seeking full-time employment over a year ago, I wholeheartedly threw myself into interview after interview and LinkedIn, pitching my worth to employers around Atlanta. I realized then that most public relations work is similar by nature. What’s different is the type of company you ultimately represent. 
  • The Facebook Crisis: When to Respond… and By That We Mean, Don’t. September 13, 2018
    It’s no secret that social media is rife with controversy, from their own indiscretions to the political fight your neighbors are having for all to see.  These days it seems as if positive news is hard to find, from the moment you log on, and no matter how much one person argues, views are rarely […]