Fostering a culture of transparency and accountability with clients, employees, shareholders and communities will determine if an organization can stand behind its ethics. To explore how this works in practice, Stratacomm co-managing partners Bill Buff and John Fitzpatrick sat down and recorded a podcast.
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.
Stratacomm announced today an internal restructuring and series of new hires that strengthen its integrated communications offerings. The agency’s evolution supports recent client growth and builds a deeper bench covering the full spectrum of creative services and paid advertising.
The message of this year’s Infrastructure Week is directly relevant to fellow millennials: “America’s future will be shaped by the infrastructure choices we make today.” With Washington, D.C. and Detroit, MI Stratacomm offices, our millennial perspective on infrastructure differs by location.
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.