Engagement & Public Relations

Rules of engagement.

Whether they are on the other side of the boardroom table, a microphone or the political divide, knowing the lay of the land and treating people with respect is key. We have years of experience and insight to help you navigate your media landscape, and our IAP2 certification has helped people hear and be heard on issues ranging from community logos to treaty rights.

Community Brand & Engagement

Timmins

Community Brand & Engagement

After a new logo and tagline received a luke-warm reception, we were brought in to work with the community to recreate the brand and ensure its acceptance. We used our IAP2 training to set up a series of engagement sessions, hearing from the French and First Nations communities as well as the English. The resulting logo design and brand materials now reflected the community while speaking to external audiences as well.

Timmins Community Brand Logo
Timmins Van Wrap

Bringing together 40 First Nations Leaders

Union of Ontario Indians

Lands and Resources Forum

The Anishinabek Nation Union of Ontario Indians (U.O.I.) Lands & Resources Forum brought together Chiefs and administrators from the 40 First Nations that make up the U.O.I., and speakers from four Ontario Government ministries to share on the subject of treaty rights in the Southwest, Southeast, Lake Huron and Northern Superior regions. We designed the visual identity and various materials to communicated the theme Everything is Connected. The forum ended with an internal U.O.I. caucus that conference host Scott Clark was privileged to attend.

Union of Ontario Indians Lands and Resources Forum
Union of Ontario Indians Lands and Resources Forum
Scott Clark - Union of Ontario Indians Lands and Resources Forum
Union of Ontario Indians Lands and Resources Forum