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Boost Bmore Project

Over the past fifteen years, our team has provided strategic communications counsel to companies and organizations all over the country, including many headquartered right here in our hometown of Baltimore.

They say Baltimore is a city of neighborhoods. We believe a good neighbor is more than something you are — it’s something you do. We’re launching the Boost Bmore Project to give back to the community we call home.

 

What is the Boost Bmore Project?

Every business deserves a good communications strategy. The Boost Bmore Project aims to empower our neighborhood small businesses, nonprofits, restaurants, start-ups and entrepreneurs with no-cost communications consulting from one of Maryland’s leading PR firms.

Do you:

  • Have a product or service you want the world to know about?
  • Struggle with deciding what tools and trends you should use to reach your customers?
  • Wish you had had someone who could give you extra direction on marketing, but lack the budget to hire an expert or agency?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, we want to hear from you. Abel Communications is currently providing pro-bono counsel and guidance to a handful of small businesses to help amplify their message and strengthen the community we’re proud to call home.

 

Here’s what we’re offering:

  • A one-hour strategy session to help address your most pressing business and marketing challenges
  • An internal Innovation Lab that will focus on brainstorming how to solve your business or marketing challenge
  • A “Boost Analysis” with ideas and recommendations 
  • An invite-only PR 101 workshop

Who is eligible?

  • Organizations with 50 or less full-time employees based in the Greater Baltimore area
  • Small businesses, including nonprofits, restaurants, startups and entrepreneurs

How do I apply?

Fill out THIS FORM and we’ll be in touch. A select number of applicants will be selected based on greatest need. Please spread the word to qualifying organizations that you think could benefit from free communications consulting—we’re all in this together.

 

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