For more than 20 years, we’ve built a reputation for delivering exceptional client service and winning results. Our work spans a number of sectors and our commitment to client success is unwavering. Nearly 95 percent of clients say they would hire Stratacomm again—and 100 percent of our people say they are proud to work here.
With data-driven insights at the core, we help clients manage issues, enhance reputation, build market share and change behavior.
Changing behavior to protect people and save lives—from persuading would-be drunk drivers to avoid getting behind the wheel, to helping parents find alternatives to sugary drinks.
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In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, we want to recognize and celebrate Stratacomm’s women leaders for their achievements in their professional communities. Nine women on #TeamStratacomm have made great strides to be involved in leadership positions across DC and Detroit. Read on for more about their contributions.
The Olympics bring together the best of the best from across the world and serve as an amazing platform for sportsmanship and diplomacy. Sharon Hegarty shares the lessons she learned through her work at the 1996 Olympics that influence her communications career to this day.
Every year, Stratacomm conducts an employee and client survey to evaluate our success as a firm. Through this year’s survey, we found out our clients are overwhelmingly positive about working with us – and our people are overwhelmingly positive about working here.
#TeamStratacomm rounded out 2017 with bolstered account teams and shared enthusiasm for the coming year. With the expansion of existing client work and new additions to our client rosters, we added three new team members. We are excited to welcome our talented new coworkers, Kristin, Marcella and Amber, to our team.
Unrealistic expectations, differing client personalities and ever-evolving media perceptions all factor in to why being a public relations practitioner is considered one of the hardest jobs out there. These challenges can quickly result in a higher stress level, and for some, a permanent health risk if not shown the proper amount of TLC. Here are three tips for taking control of your overall health.