Monthly archives: August 2017

Posted by Nicholas Courtois

Christmas In September: How Boston Colleges and Universities Have Impacted Boston Real Estate

August 31, 2017 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Picture it: The last Thursday of August, one short day away from an extended holiday weekend that could be spent adventuring through Boston, lounging in the sand down the Cape,

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Posted by Rachel Dobbs

An Integrated Approach to Real Estate PR: Leasing Out a Building

August 30, 2017 In Digital Leave a comment

There is no longer a clear, dividing line between traditional media outreach and digital communications in real estate PR. Efforts in pitching must coincide with the messaging on a brand’s

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Posted by Sean Hathaway

Infrastructure in the Trump Administration

August 16, 2017 In Public Affairs Leave a comment

Last week during the 2017 National Conference of State Legislatures Legislative Summit I attended the session “Critical Status: How Financing Can Help Address America’s Infrastructure Crisis,” which largely focused on

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Posted by Melissa Hudec

What’s really behind the wheel of Volvo’s drive toward sustainability

August 14, 2017 In Public Relations Leave a comment

On July 5th, Volvo announced that every new model introduced from 2019 and beyond will have an electric motor and will be either a hybrid or fully electric. The New

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Posted by Michelle Cassidy

Three Ways Amenities are shaping the DNA of Real Estate in Boston

August 4, 2017 In Real Estate Leave a comment

In Boston’s competitive real estate market, where housing prices are surging to an all-time high, residential developers have become more creative when it comes to attracting home buyers and renters,

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Posted by T.J. Winick

Solomon McCown Crisis Expertise featured in PR News

August 4, 2017 In Crisis Communications Leave a comment

If you own one of those shiny iPhone cases containing fancy liquid and glitter, you may have been shocked to learn that nearly 275,000 of these cases were recalled this

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Posted by Katie Daigle

3 Ways Greater Boston Is Preserving Affordable Housing

August 3, 2017 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Affordable housing is one of the largest influencers in determining the socioeconomic diversity and accessibility of some of Boston’s most desirable, high-demand neighborhoods. Yet, many Boston residents are feeling the

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Posted by Dan Cence

Mooch we hardly knew ye…and that’s a good thing!

August 2, 2017 In Public Affairs Leave a comment

By now you’ve heard the news that newly hired White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci pulled an Icarus maneuver flying far too close to the sun and thus was promptly

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