Thomas George, a distinguished trailblazing journalist and Kentucky native, will join C2 Strategic Communications as a senior director next month, focusing on attracting new clients
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Louisville’s largest public relations firm continues to expand with addition of senior strategist Dominic Manecke
C2 Strategic Communications is excited to announce the latest addition to its all-star team of public relations professionals. Dominic Manecke, an award-winning communications expert with
Lexington-based senior strategist Brenna Angel joins C2 Strategic with focus on transportation projects
C2 Strategic Communications is growing its team of seasoned public relations professionals and expanding into Central Kentucky. Brenna Angel, an award-winning communicator with experience in
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Virtual meetings have become a part of life for many of us. Living rooms have become learning spaces, bedrooms are the new boardrooms, and even the kitchen is part of your home office. Making these every day spaces look professional is possible.
Whether logging in from home or an office with limited capacity, the way in which we work has changed. More people are indoors, sitting and staring at a screen for a majority of the day making it hard to prioritize their own well-being.
Feeling the need to network? Whether you’re looking for a new job, testing different sales strategies or trying to build your brand, LinkedIn can help – if you know how to use it. Getting more involved on LinkedIn doesn’t have to be intimidating.
A new year means new growth for C2 Strategic Communications with the addition of Laurie Young as director of business development and Nicole Childress as a staff strategist to the Louisville-based team.
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