Intesa clients know how much we treasure our trusted relationships and long-term partnerships — we see ourselves as extended members of your team! However, we know that not every San Diego business or nonprofit needs immersive PR support; especially during these tough times with the pandemic having thrown a wrench in pretty much everything.
While long-term plans may be up-in-the-air, many businesses are wisely looking for opportunities to remind their clients and stakeholders what they’re up to — whether it’s a new product launch, special event, leadership change, or exciting milestone.
Small companies and nonprofits often need a short-term increase in communications bandwidth, skills, and savvy to make the most of these fleeting opportunities. Here’s where Intesa comes in.
Big mission, small budget? No problem!
We’re ringing in 2021 🎉 with the launch of a new public relations product we are calling Seas the Day. It helps organizations with big missions and small budgets make waves and get noticed.
Our Seas the Day ‘Make a Splash’ package is backed by Intesa’s award-winning team to meet your communications needs within a four-week timeframe, delivered at a budget that works for you.
The Make a Splash package gives you just the right amount of public relations support you need, right when you need it, including messaging strategy, a press release, communications planning, announcement timeline, and spokesperson media training.
Seas the Day, and tell a friend
Check out the Seas the Day webpage for a taste of what Intesa can do for you, or someone in your network.
As a San Diego-based firm, we are grateful to be living and working in America’s Finest City with its enviable climate and endless coastline. The name for our new “nautical” PR product gives a nod to our water-loving region and is targeted to organizations who may have thought enlisting outside communications experts was out of their reach… until now. 😎
Let’s dive in! If you have a near-term announcement and need some extra help to get the word out, give Margie a shout.
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