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Our belief is that rather than a brief sizzle of media interest or Internet notoriety, most clients are better served by integrating a longer-term media strategy that leverages compelling, relevant and strategically-focused news to create growing momentum and a sustainable base of positive perception. Finally, we maintain a solid base of active media contacts and resources across all critical categories.

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• Compelling Materials Development
• 1:1 Media Outreach and Placement
• Media Training
• Press Briefings, Conferences and Events
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• Media Relations to Manage Crises or Issues
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The proposed FSMA rule for intentional contamination uses the phrase "a person knowledgeable about food defense" in several places. What it doesn't tell you is how to choose a consultant (internal or ...
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Missing from the proposed FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) rule on intentional contamination is any requirement for "broad mitigation strategies."  In this article we will explore the implica...
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The FSMA proposed rule on intentional contamination provides two ways to determine what are called "actionable process steps."  This is a facility and process-specific "point, step or procedure" ...
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