Downing Street Communications Rebrands as DStreet
Award-Winning Denver Communications Agency Rebrands to Showcase Team Expertise and Client Engagements Beyond Traditional PR.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
DStreet, previously Downing Street Communications, has launched a new brand and website to better reflect the agency's capabilities and current clients.
According to President, Jennifer Dulles, APR, “The opportunity for our clients to develop and own their own content channels is greater than ever before. Our teams now include social engagement strategies, video and content production teams and many others, all of whom create the content that today's market demands. As our work evolved, it was time for our brand to evolve as well.”
Established in 2003, DStreet partners with clients to develop positioning and messaging and applies modern communications strategy to develop and deliver content to audiences that matter most.
“We have some of the industry's best and brightest working for clients,” said Dulles. “Our digital and social teams have benefitted from the addition of Ron Ladoceur, a thought leader and social engagement strategist who has worked with companies such as Cabela's and Visa, among others. And Janet Jerde has joined us to help clients who need to increase their ‘online findability' through SEO and mobile marketing. These team members complement our already existing team of social media and content experts and provide clients with positioning and messaging, content development and influence and outreach. It's definitely an exciting time as we expand the range of what we are doing for clients—and we are happy to have a brand that better represents our work.”
The new brand can be experienced at http://www.dstreetpr.com.
About Downing Street
DStreet is an award-winning boutique consultancy that helps clients create defining moments through modern communications. Our all-senior-level team partners closely with clients to help them deliver new products, services and ideas to their markets, to establish thought leadership positions, and to create the communications programs that help them successfully convey their position on significant issues during times of crisis. For more information, visit us at http://www.dstreetpr.com or connect with us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DStreetPR or on Twitter at @dstreettweet.
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