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Consistently ranked among the Top 50 of all U.S. public relations firms*, EMA is a public relations + public affairs agency with specialists close at hand. From Buffalo, east to Albany, NYC and Boston, our team works seamlessly to address all your strategic communication needs. Whether your goal is to build a brand, move products, develop actionable content, manage your reputation, navigate policy changes — even survive a crisis — the experts in our marketing and PR agency possess the talent, skill and expertise to help you positively influence outcomes.
*PRWeek magazine’s 2014 Agency Business Report
Our leading PR agency offers four practice groups:
- Consumer Public Relations — Our specialists help drive brand awareness and sales through digital media, special events, experiential marketing, channel marketing, content marketing, online community relations and more.
- Public Affairs — We think strategically to make complex challenges such as regulatory approvals, government communications and environmental issues more manageable.
- Reputation Management — We prepare for crisis communication by establishing early-warning signs and taking steps to avoid or counteract an oncoming crisis.
- Business-to-Business Public Relations — This group brings extensive industry experience to all facets of the buildings + construction industries, graphic arts, healthcare, energy + sustainability, and mobility and supply chain management, along with many others.
Corporate Social Responsibility Planning
Having a defined commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility is no longer window-dressing or a “nice thing to have.” In today’s business environment, it’s table stakes. Consumers expect a brand’s values to align with their values. This strategic planning module was developed to assist companies and organizations in creating a clear, concise vision and message for their commitment to corporate citizenship.
Employee Engagement Audit
The job market is tightening. Companies face increasingly competitive and changing environments. Which means that employee engagement is more important than ever for motivating, maximizing and retaining your workforce. The first step is gaining insights and perspectives about how well your company is doing with creating a culture of employee engagement by conducting an employee engagement audit. Based on that information, we can develop or enhance an employee communications program designed to engage employees.
See how we can help you create messaging that resonates with your workforce.