Our Collaborations Program Expands Again
Updated: Mar 3, 2019
Our Collaborations program continues to power our growth and provide terrific opportunities for us to work with interesting new clients on a variety of projects. This effort, which enables us to work with smart, creative, unique advertising, marketing, events and fundraising and government affairs experts, also makes our work that much more fun.
Today, we’re thrilled to announce a new collaboration that we know fits this pattern of expertise + fun. Our newest collaboration is with Silverline Communications, a DC-based business-to-business public relations and digital marketing firm that specializes in “energy and emerging tech.” The Silverline team works with a host of leading companies and organizations on marketing communications initiatives. It’s also a woman-owned firm that includes other women and people of color on its leadership team.
Silverline President and CEO Laura Taylor is a force of nature in the Washington and cleantech communities and we’re so happy to be collaborating with her and her excellent team.
Silverline is a full service marketing communications and digital firm with expertise in the B2B space so their approach is a terrific fit for our public affairs focus: together, we can address the complete energy and emerging tech landscape from marketing to communications to public affairs.
Today’s announcement formalizes a relationship that started last year: we’ve already had a lot of fun working together on numerous projects. We’re so pleased to be able to make it “official” and add the Silverline logo to our Team page alongside our other collaborations.
In communications, collaborations are everything, particularly for the leaders who want to be seen and heard and listened to in an increasingly noisy news environment. When we say we’re “restoring common sense to communications,” one of the ways we’re doing that is by working with others who share our vision of smart, focused, creative campaigns that work.
Here’s to Silverline and here’s to collaboration! Get in touch with us if you’d like to learn more about how we might help you. And watch this space for updates on our work together and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter for updates on this and all of our collaborations.