This post is part of our Employer of the Week series, where we will be highlighting a different company in PR/Communications every Monday.
What’s a company to do without publicity from the media? Without crowded events and a strong media presence companies it is difficult for companies to compete in this market that runs on media exposure. This is where CBH Communications steps in. This public relations firm has been delivering full-service PR with a focus on “developing and executing special events, openings, and product launches, and obtaining media coverage” since 1998. Chris Haynes, the founder of CBH communications, prides himself in establishing close connections with major print and electronic media outlets and extends theses connections to his clients, leaving them free to focus on running their business.
CBH Communications focuses on doing PR for restaurant and hospitality, retail and fashion, beauty and fitness, and celebrities, events and charities. Notable clients include:
– Eastern Standard
– Legal Sea Foods
– William Sonoma
– Marc Jacobs
– EQUINOX Gym
– Ben Stiller
– Scarlet Johansson
And much, much more…
Needless to say, CBH Communications is one of Boston’s most prestigious and respected PR firms.
CBH Communications has made quite a name for itself in Boston, landing Boston Globe’s 2011 title of best PR firm. Chris Haynes is one of the most prominent media voices in Boston- specializing in the latest restaurants and hippest nightspots. Stuff Magazine named Chris one of Boston’s exclusive “players” – these “players” are known for “making waves, effecting change, keeping things interesting, and living it up in the process.”
Want to get your foot in the Bostonian social scene? Intern or work inquiries should be sent to Alessandra Pollina, account manager for CBH and BU alum, reach her at — firstname.lastname@example.org
Fun fact: Nicole Kanner, from All Heart PR, was inspired to open up her own firm for the hospitality, fashion and lifestyle PR world after working for CBH Communications!
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