On Jan. 15, Co-Communications presented its inaugural Co-Comm University, an opportunity for current and prospective clients to gather in an intimate roundtable to gain insight on important public relations and marketing strategy.Read More
Did you hear the news? Co-Comm University is in session starting November 13th and we want to see you there. What is Co-Comm University? It's your monthly opportunity to catch up on the latest trends, tools and techniques in PR, marketing and graphic design. It's also a great opportunity to network with other folks from the region's business and nonprofit communities.
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Gone are the days when just a catchy jingle or expensive image marketing campaign set your business on the fast-track to growth. Today, businesses rely on compelling content to pull in leads.
On Thursday, June 21st, Co-Communications founder and president, Stacey Cohen, and Director of Social Media, Danielle M. Cyr, will present an interactive social media workshop at Mt. Kisco Public Library.
During Pins, Tweets, Likes and Follows: Social Media and Your Small Business, Stacey and Danielle will discuss:
For the third time in ten years, Co-Communications, Inc., a full-service public relations and marketing firm headquartered in Mt. Kisco, NY, received the “Best of Show” award at the Advertising Club of Westchester’s (ACW) 2012 Big “W” Awards Gala. The event, held on June 6, 2012 at Abigail Kirsch at Tappan Hill, Tarrytown, NY, celebrated the work of Westchester’s top advertising, marketing and public relations talent. With this year's win, Co-Communications earned the distinction of being the only company to win the prestigious Best In Show award three times since its inception in 1998.
On Thursday, June 7th, my colleague Jessica and I will be presenting a workshop at the 12th annual CT Business Expo at the CT Convention Center in Hartford, Conn.
During PR: Productive New Methods in New Media we will share with attendees:
(1) social media tips and techniques
(2) inbound marketing strategies
(3) methods for engaging with editors and reporters in an ever-changing media landscape
Designed for small business leaders and entrepreneurs, the workshop will guide attendees in how to evolve their existing marketing and communications programs to effectively communicate with clients and prospects.
If you are in Hartford on June 7th, stop by the CT Business Expo and join us for PR: Productive New Methods in New Media. For more information, visit www.ctbexpo.com.
Pictured: Jessica Lyon and Danielle M. Cyr.
On Thursday, May 3rd the Digital Brand Conference came to Hartford, featuring a series of workshops on social media and the evolution of marketing. Our own Jessica Lyon was featured on the panel ‘The Future of Marketing’ which discussed how businesses can keep up with new marketing technologies. Joining Jessica on the panel were Andrew Perry, Director, Interactive Media at eVariant and Derek Beere, New Media Manager at Mason, Inc.
Co-Communications president, Stacey Cohen, recently moderated a panel for BOMA – Let’s Get Social: Social Media and Online Essentials for Today’s Business. Featured on the panel were: Holly Alexander, founder, Top Spin Communications; Ellen DePasquale, Constant Contact Regional Development Director, NY Metro; David Hoffman, president, Search Smart Marketing; and, Daniel A. Schwartz, partner, Pullman & Comley, LLC. The panelists discussed social media tools and tactics; search engine optimization (SEO); email marketing; emerging trends; legal implications; and, best practices.
My colleague Jessica and I had the pleasure of leading a breakout session on Strategies for Effective Blogging during Hartford Business Journal’s e-Marketing and Technology Summit last week. Here are five key takeaways from the presentation:
Co-Communications received Gold Mercury Awards for its work on behalf of 2-1-1 Child Care and the Connecticut Historical Society.