Physicians and communications experts to guide and support your strategies for
re-opening, workforce and customer return, travel, timing and more
Bringing your vision to life online
Driving meaningful content to our clients’ target audiences.
Our portfolio of work shows “what” we do. Our public relations, events management, and marketing programs demonstrate “how” we do it. But our “WHY” sits at our core: to nurture deep relationships to achieve professional and personal success for our clients, colleagues, company, and community. We approach everything we do with this goal in mind. Our commitment to relationship development is why, for nearly 25 years, we’ve been able to achieve success for, and with, our clients and connect them with the audiences that matter most.
At the core are four fundamental C’s that are immutable to us and connect all of our divisions, our clients and the outside world.
They are the foundation for everything we do.
Looking at everything through a fresh lens – whether a story pitch or an event design – employing the newest tools and technology to enhance our efforts.
Knowing that our clients’ business goals are our business goals – and that unmatched service and quality are non-negotiable.
Striving for perfection in writing and clarity in our interactions to ensure the right message comes across at all times.
Linking audiences directly to our clients’ content, products, services and people, and leveraging our own connections for our clients’ gain.
At Castle, we live and breathe events—from live to virtual and everything in between. Download our free Virtual Event Starter Kit™ for insights, handy tips and tools to guide you through the five steps. You’ll soon be on your way to virtual event success. Read more.
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