Our PR internship program is individualized, challenging, goal oriented, and with real-world applications to provide invaluable experience.
Hiring a PR consultant creates the potential for exponential returns.
North Coast Communications is now a registered U.S. federal government contractor specializing in communications services.
We’re helping a sustainable apparel company tell its story.
Digital public relations and communications consultancy helping The i-Care Foundation; NGO has served over 500,000 individuals impacted by monsoon flooding.
In the age of digital public relations, a press release protocol is a strategic necessity for small-medium businesses and non-profits.
North Coast Communications helped a community organization recruit players and volunteers and raise funds for youth sports programming.
We provided copywriting, copyediting, and strategic communication services to American Defense International, Inc. (ADI), a government relations firm serving public sector defense and national security clients.
A comprehensive one-page WordPress website and a company story and brand that support its service offerings.
North Coast Communications provided digital PR to a grassroots public affairs campaign focused on nonpartisan electoral reform.
This is a milestone for North Coast Communications.
Helping a mission-driven organization serve the public with a scalable communications solution that bridges public relations and public affairs.
Getting the right message in front of the right person at the right moment is easy–if you have a bottomless budget and unlimited time. The truth is no one has both and most folks have neither. That’s why North Coast Communications is helping a state-level advocacy campaign focused on enhancing the voting process. And we […]
“I needed a strategic approach and technical know-how to build and harmonize my organization’s brand and digital presence. North Coast Communications listened first and then provided communications and marketing advice. David stood up a nice, clean website for me and made sure my story was told well and told consistently across digital platforms.” -Ross W. […]
To us, recent CDC guidance suggests fewer people will be looking at their screens in 2021 than data and research firms predicted. Namely, because more people will be looking at loved ones. So, we wanted to re-issue the argument we made on Twitter back in early February. (Twitter is a great place for an argument, […]
We exist to help social impact organizations, campaigns, and nonprofits plan, launch, and manage their communications and public relations. Consequently, we take brand style and look-and-feel seriously. Here is some of the thinking and review that went into our own site. Learn more about us and follow along here and on social media.