Remedy operates a little differently than most public relations agencies.
One of the key differences is our level of support. We’re not a training agency and we don’t have junior executives dealing with our partners.
Remedy’s agency’s directors are the day-to-day project managers for our partners efforts. That means if a client has a question, they’re getting a response from a senior level team member who is also on the front lines of your program. Since the directors also make pitch calls, they’re well aware of the media landscape, what story ideas have potential and what don’t.
Another Remedy difference is that our teams are built from a select group of public relations and marketing specialists, rather than assembled from a group of employees with “free” billable hours. For our partners, this helps to ensure that when a job requires extended support, they’re getting it from a team of driven professionals, not assistant account executives with time to kill between 9 and 5.
For a brief review of the directors leading Remedy, click to find out more about Bill or Todd .
Similar to our directors, our specialists have diverse backgrounds ranging from leaders in the green world, travel destinations, global action sports brands, consumer electronics, business technologies, entertainment and local businesses in San Diego.
Here’s a PR industry secret: Large agencies also rely on media consultants (we’ve been hired as them before) and small agencies often can’t afford full time employees, despite how it appears on their website. We’re just honest.