"Design Thinking for Communication Leaders" invites us to rethink our processes and innovate our projects. Join DC's communication leaders on September 28 to find out how you can "redesign" your thinking!
Join DC’s network of top communications professionals for a presentation on The Power of Great Creative on July 19. Enjoy light fare and cocktails while networking in one of DC’s most beautiful spaces.
On April 20, 2017 DC Communicators will congregate at The National Building Museum to review a "year in the life" of The National WWII Museum, who led a wildly successful $325K Kickstarter campaign to restore a WWII torpedo boat.
Ruth McBain is the newest senior account executive in the Environics DC office. Ruth joined Environics after working in political communications for DraftBiden Super PAC, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, and Vermont Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Dunne.
Preparing for crisis situations and responding appropriately, across all platforms, can mean the difference between success and failure. Join us at the National Building Museum to hear from some of the top leaders in crisis communications at our FREE DC Communicators event.
Environics Communications in Washington, DC announced today that in honor of #GivingTuesday, it will donate $20K of pro-bono communications work, to be split evenly between two Washington-area nonprofits.
Today, Environics Communications proudly announced that it has received four 2016 MarCom Awards for outstanding client work. The MarCom Awards are presented to the largest and most successful marketing and communications agencies around the world and represent a variety of exceptional campaigns conducted on behalf of the firm’s clients from 2015-2016.
Learn how to avoid infringing trademarks or copyrighted works in social media postings. Using real-time examples taken from the headlines, the presenters will share thoughtful strategies to avoid and respond to social media intellectual property disputes, including steps to limit exposure.
Environics is proud to announce the recent placement of a detailed piece on the realities of labor and delivery on behalf of our client, the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN).
Today is the last day of Saul Malone’s public relations internship with the Environics DC office. A social media expert, musician and comedian, he joined Environics in March to put his public relations degree to work. We sat down with Saul to ask him about his internship experience and wish him farewell!
Laura Klebanow is the newest account supervisor in the Environics DC office. She joined Environics with more than nine years of strategic content development experience in both agency and in-house settings…
Hear Mimi Carter speak on the Impact of Convergence on Public Relations and Public Affairs at PR Summit DC. It is the region’s premier full-day event addressing the disruptive convergence of communications, technology and media.
Brands can no longer rely on the power of a press release to reach their audiences. From blog posts to tweets, the way our audiences consume information has changed. With self-publishing, we’re now able to cast a wider, and yet more tailored net, reaching our audiences via the channels they use most.
Environics Communications is excited to announce that the agency was awarded a GOLD Award for Online Placements from the 2016 Hermes Creative Awards for it's work with the National Multifamily Housing Council.
Environics Communications, a full-service North American public relations and marketing communications agency, today announced that Kelly Mack has been promoted to a vice president in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office
“The Value of Water: A Compendium of Essays by Smart CEOs,” available on Amazon, other online retailers, and the Value of Water book website, will debut internationally at the Frankfurt Book Fair October 8-12.