ATLANTA – June 2018 – Cookerly Public Relations, a leading public relations and marketing agency, recently welcomed two summer interns to its staff.
BLOOMBERG – Amazon.com Inc. has millennial shoppers nailed down. And their parents. And most of their grandparents. But one group of potential customers has eluded the world’s biggest Internet retailer.
Clients in the News – Pricey pilot program from Mercedes-Benz allows Philly members to drive four cars a month
THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER – Imagine driving to the beach in a convertible. Picking up the kids after school in an SUV. And then going to a business dinner in a smart sedan. All over the course…
GEORGIA TREND – Of all the maladies known to mankind, cancer remains the most dreaded diagnosis. Here’s what Georgia programs are doing to help reduce that risk.
CIO – Startup slogans are inescapable in tech: Move fast. Break things. Minimum viable product. These are exciting ideas, for sure, but to put them to use in IT, you’ll need to tailor them to your context.
GLOBAL ATLANTA – The inaugural P20 conference was held last October in Lancaster House in London. This year, the conclave comes to Atlanta. Editor’s note: Atlanta may be the center of the payments universe, but the rest of the world hasn’t necessarily gotten the memo.
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Clients in the News – Shining the Spotlight on New Advertising Campaign for SunTrust Bank and the onUp Movement
Cookerly has helped shine the spotlight on the new advertising campaign for SunTrust Bank and the onUp movement, timed for the frenzy of the Winter Olympics. Elise Freezer is the 11-year-old figure skater featured in the…
(ATLANTA – Feb. 2018) – Cookerly Public Relations continues to expand its financial services and FinTech portfolio as the agency welcomes two new clients: Total System Services (TSYS, NYSE: TSS) and Payments20 (P20).
11 ALIVE – In order to take advantage of Georgia’s film tax credits, most production companies transfer or sell them to other taxpayers. The booming film industry has created a bustling financial market. “A tax credit…