We are a strategic communications and public affairs firm, specializing in executing winning messaging and public relations plans for trade associations, coalitions and corporations, as well as candidates, referendums and issue advocacy campaigns.
We’ve worked inside the halls of government, we’ve managed war rooms and protected brands, all while advising some of Florida’s most influential trade associations, leaders, CEOs and Fortune 100 executive teams. Our passion for what we do drives our work product every day, which translates into success for our clients.
For 15 years, we have led the industry in issue advocacy utilizing unique communication strategies that take our clients to the top. We know the landscape, we know the history, we are ever changing to keep up with emerging technologies, all while using our expertise and experience to craft unique communications plans that help you win.
While we are experts at putting out fires, we are also uniquely skilled in helping clients prevent them in the first place. Crisis communications planning helps clients identify looming threats around the corner and potential weaknesses. Crisis communications should be proactive, reactive and forward thinking – all guiding principles of our firm.
It’s never easy, but it’s always worth it. We’re ever ready to lace up the gloves and fight for a cause. Messaging, media relations and communications strategies that speak directly to the target audiences are critical to winning any high-stakes campaign. We are experts in the field, as noted by our clients’ wins.
We are experts at carrying the right message via the right medium, and now we do it all in house. From message development, media relations, graphic design, print and digital media to photography and video for broadcast and social media. Where strategy and conceptual design meet execution and management – we do it all.
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The Governor’s budget fully funds SHIP and SAIL.
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