The PR Notable of the day is a Denver based public relations agency: Sage Public Relations Group.
The agency has issued today a press release announcing that it has expanded its range of services, launched a new website and added four new staff members in Colorado, California and Washington, D.C.
Sage Public Relations Group was founded in 2004 by Jon Pushkin of Pushkin Public Relations and Dan Christopherson of Christopherson&Co. Communications. The firm, apparently young, has however in its staff reputable PR professionals with year of experience in the field.
We reviewed Sage’s new website and we can say that the company managed to add value online. The site has a beautiful design, excellent discoverability and it mirrors a company with high ethical standards, transparency and authenticity, the very attributes that make a notable PR firm.
The site motto by Warren Buffett translates a proper understanding of the PR profession by the members of Sage:
“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.”
In our view, Sage is a company that “does things differently.” They do not hide behind false pretenses – the language on the site is clear and uncluttered by hype. We hope to bring you more news in the future from what it appears to be a PR company that adheres to the highest principles of the PR profession.
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