With headquarters in McLean, Virginia, Sage Communications is an integrated communications agency founded in 2002. This agency creates strategic outcomes for government, enterprise, and social-benefit organizations by creating tailored communications and consulting solutions.
Sage Communications focuses on a client’s life cycle needs, goals, and operating culture, and everything is measured by how much the strategies contribute to the client’s value. The agency is also integrated across its solutions brands, such as Brotman Winter Fried (BWF), that provides experiential solutions, a VIrtual Marketing team for any end-to-end government marketing solutions, Johnson Design Group provides social marketing, or Longbottom Communications and its satellite marketing practices.
All the work at Sage Communications emphasizes substance, and the agency starts its programs with a deep dive into each client to strategically find out what can drive decisions for them. After taking away everything from the surface, all of the cliches and buzzwords, the agency can find out all of the client’s core ideas. Then, Sage Communications can develop grounded campaigns centered around tangible personas and provide their clients with real-world, measurable results.
The benefit of brands and corporations working with Sage Communications is that this agency is integrated at all levels, which means the Sage Communications can use whatever tool works best for the client, at whatever step in the program, with complete proficiency. This is how the agency manages to build personalized communications solutions for its clients.
Sage Communications provides research and strategy services to its clients, that include focus groups and surveys, competitive benchmarking, market sizing, customer experience benchmarking, brand and message development, account and channel marketing strategy, budget and revenue planning, campaign development and management, expert panel development and management, and many other services in the field. It also provides public relations services like media and analyst relations, crisis communications, content management, talent communications, and story development.
Sage Communications also provides marketing services such as identity development, advertising, collateral and sales support, graphic design, and events and experiential marketing. Finally, the agency provides its clients with digital services that include marketing automation, websites, mobile apps, rich media, and gamification.
This is an agency with experts that know the reality of each client because the team members have worked with a vast array of industries, including the public sector, like governments, contractors and education, a social impact like associations and arts and culture, enterprise such as technology and security, and many more.
Due to all of the expertise onboard Sage Communications as well as the services it offers, plenty of different clients have benefited from this agency’s campaigns and services, including ACTFL, the US International Development Finance Corporation, APHIS, Population Association of America, Halifax International Security Forum, US Fish and Wildlife Service, DC Jazz Fest, SAP National Security Services, and many other brands, corporations, and businesses.
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