Who will stand out in today’s competitive business environment? Whose voice will be heard in a saturated media marketplace? Amid all the clutter, how will you reach your customers, clients, investors, and employees?
In a rapidly shifting world of global communications, it takes new skills — combined with experience and industry knowledge — to keep pace with the changes in newspapers, magazines, television, radio, online news resources, and social networking tools.
That’s where Slowey/McManus comes in. We create and execute communications strategies that help clients achieve their goals, whether they involve securing global media coverage for a product launch, guiding a new company through the prism of scrutiny in a regulated industry, or changing public perception of a controversial policy issue.
Clients benefit from the deep experience of the Slowey/McManus team of senior professionals in public relations, journalism, law, and government who personally handle all accounts. Unlike most other communications firms, we do not pass clients off to junior staff.
If you are considering retaining communications counsel, we would welcome an opportunity to talk with you.
With an office in Boston and affiliates in New York City and Washington, DC, Slowey/McManus Communications provides strategic public relations, communications, and public affairs services for corporate and non-profit organizations.
The firm was founded in 2006 by Dominic Slowey, who has more than two decades of experience in public relations, government and journalism, and James McManus, an attorney and former journalist with 15 years of communication consulting experience.
They are assisted by a talented group of account managers, supervisors, and senior consultants with diverse backgrounds and experiences in virtually all aspects of communications.
The firm’s clients include nonprofit organizations, the world’s largest retail chain, a leading business law firm, and a global provider of technical services to environmental and transportation companies, among others.