What you'll find here:
As businesses and marketing departments are embracing the higher work quality, efficiency and budgetary benefits of working with highly experienced specialists, there is a new need arising – someone to vouch for legitimacy of skills, portfolio, dedication and accountability.
No hobbyists. No moonlighters. Only curated and vetted intermediate, senior and elite specialists poised to deliver the highest caliber work. Scaled to your specific need. Anywhere in Canada. Each has their own experience and price points that are determined by the individual – which means we have the agility to meet and match nearly any creative, marketing, advertising, or writing challenge.
In the Public & Stakeholder Relations section for each region, you’ll find a wide variety of talent specialists. There’s categories for both Public Relations Specialists and Communications Strategists, with specializations covering everything from Media Relations and Government Relations, to Crisis Communications and Reputation Management.
Our specialists have covered all kinds of different projects. But don’t just take it from us. Look at their profiles to see some of their work and experience.
Only want to see certain types of Specialists, or disciplines? Just click the preferred tag under the image to show only those specialists that fit. See someone you like? Click their image to view their full profile.
A big part of Public Relations is Media Relations and Media Training. If you’re in a leadership position, get someone to help with training twice a year to make sure you’re in top shape. Be proactive – by the time you realize that Media Training may have been useful in a situation, it’s usually too late.
Before hitting send on that press release, work with a Public Relations specialist to determine if it’s actually something worth sending. Just because it’s a story to you doesn’t mean it’s a story to the reporter who gets a thousand emails a day. Your PR specialist can help you determine which stories are worth sharing in a press release, and which should stay within the organization’s platform.