Everything we do is driven by our passion for creating connections – and our quest for excellence in service and execution in every moment. It’s why we embrace a culture of performance at the highest level, always with the greatest warmth and precision.
achieving sustainable success comes down to one thing – meaningful connections. To customers. To collaborators. To influencers and newsmakers, decision-makers and media professionals, producers and power brokers, thought leaders and community leaders. Making those connections are what we strive for, because they ultimately help people – and brands – grow and flourish.
whether through crafting strategies and stories, executing coordinated campaigns, or designing sophisticated, strategic events have the power to create loyalty and prominence, to shape and build brands, to inspire and excite.
for creating connections – and our quest for excellence in service and execution in every moment. It’s why we embrace a culture of performance at the highest level, always with the greatest warmth and precision. Because we believe true connections are about more than a list of contacts or page one placement, it’s about relationships that are made to last.
Our client, SYNNEX corporation, has more events each year than the average person could keep track of, and we have the pleasure of facilitating media relations at the largest ones. At back-to-back conferences late March in Austin, Texas, some great speakers appeared alongside mind-blowing amounts of information on numerous aspects of technology distribution business.
Hughes Commercial Properties Inc. recently announced the unveiling of its new, rooftop entertainment space at 110 E. Court Street, and it’s nothing short of amazing. We’ve skimmed all the details and provided you with the “need to knows.”
Clemson University’s Office of Inclusion and Equity hosts its inaugural Men of Color National Summit, the kick-off to a multi-year initiative to create a more diverse future workforce by closing the achievement gap for young African-American and Hispanic male high school students who statistically have lower high school graduation rates than their peers in South Carolina. With increased graduation rates and better preparation to be college-ready, these students have a much better chance of contributing to the talent dividend of the communities where they live in their future careers.