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.
We’re excited to announce we will now support NHTSA’s consumer behavior campaigns by providing integrated communications that move people to make safe decisions. Read more here.
Stratacomm made Washingtonian’s 2019 list of “50 Great Places to Work!” Read more about how our culture and benefits earned us a spot on the list.
The running stream of issues on the infrastructure agenda makes it difficult to wrap your head around all the facts and data, and podcasts are a great way to keep your head above water. Karyn Le Blanc offers some recommendations of her own.
A media interview is not like a casual conversation between two people – it’s an opportunity to harness the megaphone and make your messages clear. Check out John Fitzpatrick’s assessment of Barstool’s recent media misstep.