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PR Firm of the Year Goes to Green Flash Media

PR Firm of the Year Goes to Green Flash Media

Green Flash Media, a creative and forward-thinking boutique communications and PR firm, has been named Public Relations Agency of the Year in the Business Intelligence Group’s 2022 Public Relations and Marketing Excellence Awards. Over the past year, Green Flash Media was also named to Forbes America’s Best PR Agencies 2021 and recognized by the Electronic Industry Awards for Most Outstanding PR Agency.

From start-ups to unicorns and leading tech companies, Green Flash Media develops PR and communications strategies that resonate with target audiences and engages to increase clients’ market relevancy, reach and revenue.

“At Green Flash Media, we’re passionate about building new brands and re-energizing existing ones,” said Jeremy Hyatt, Principal at Green Flash Media. “Through our insights-driven strategic positioning, brand messaging, website strategy, social media, public relations, digital marketing, and content development, we help you connect with your audiences in ways that matter. As a result, your company becomes a favorite brand—one that can elevate your company and products in the eyes of potential customers, investors, the media, and other audiences.”

“In 2022, Green Flash Media showed all of us how creativity and business acumen can serve the client’s needs,” said Maria Jimenez, Chief Nominations Officer at the Business Intelligence Group. “In this post-pandemic age, teams need to remain agile and open to all paths to effectively communicate. Congratulations to them all.”


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