Large Not-for-profit PR Firms

reaching-40805_960_720.pngConsidering your budget, a large PR firm is the right match for your business. Two large PR firms that work with not-for-profit businesses are APCO Worldwide and Edelman. Learn more about the two firms below:


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For over 30 years and with more than 650 employees representing more than 40 nationalities, APCO Worldwide has used campaign instincts to help the most innovative organizations create game-changing possibilities and solve complex problems. They do this for all types of organizations, in all industries – in the most high-stakes situations. Embracing complexity and partnering with clients enables them to guide them through a changing, global environment, so clients can make an impact and shape the future.

They could be a good match for your business because they have a history of working with clients from the nonprofit sector to develop and implement strategic planning, communication and advocacy strategies.

Learn more at Apcoworldwide.com


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Edelman is a leading global communications marketing firm that partners with many of the world’s largest and emerging businesses and organizations, helping them evolve, promote and protect their brands and reputations. They strive to offer their clients a truly integrated network and global approach in everything they do — whether it’s cultivating stakeholder relationships, developing thought leadership platforms, creating digital strategies or breakthrough ideas that translate across cultures and borders. Edelman’s global reach offers them a unique opportunity to customize teams to be successful which helps clients achieve their business goals.

They could be a good match for your business because they have a history of working alongside visionary nonprofit client partners. They help build and bolster groundbreaking campaigns that empower organizations to work with their core stakeholders to increase awareness, take action and raise critical funds for the world’s most pressing social issues.

Learn more at Edelman.com