Marketing. Media. Management.

Storytelling. It’s an age-old tradition. It’s how we connect to one another. How we teach each other. How we live. And today, it’s also how we do business. Through a blend of marketing, media and management techniques, Consociate uses the rich traditions of storytelling and modern communications to help market businesses. Life is a story. Let’s tell it together.

Testimonials

  • The “team at Consociate have been instrumental in helping us further develop and promote our brand. We had no social media presence before contracting with Consociate, but in a matter of days they were able to get us everywhere we needed to be – and they’re doing an awesome job at keeping it all fresh and interesting. We’ve definitely seen an increase in web traffic and direct calls due to their awesome support. From graphics design to helping with press releases, web design, advertisements…the list goes on with all the expert support they’ve provided. I can’t thank them enough and I strongly recommend them to anyone looking to take their marketing efforts to the next level.”

    John Kipp PMP, Chief Operating Officer, Sera-Brynn

  • Over the last two years, Tidewater Physical Therapy has been engaged with Consociate Media on a monthly contract. During this time we have seen tremendous results. Their attention to detail, ability to bring new ideas to the table and work with our clinicians in a professional and respectful manner, has been enlightening to our profession and business. The staff at Consociate manages to take the glimmers of ideas that we have in our advertising pieces and build entire content driven campaigns.

    Paula Lumsden Director of Marketing and Communication, Tidewater Physical Therapy

  • I wish to thank you and your husband Rudy for the splendid work done in connection with publication of my book, In Service to Their Country: Christchurch School and the American Uniformed Services. You have prepared a powerful press release and circulated it very widely. The effectiveness of that document, combined with your contacts in the area, has resulted in prominent newspaper exposure for the book in the Tidewater, Virginia area, and these efforts continue to bear fruit. Moreover, you have assembled detailed, well-organized and comprehensive lists of contacts among Christchurch alumni and members of the local community that have proven useful and productive in “spreading the word,” of In Service. You continue to make contacts with other sources of exposure in the community that will be helpful as time elapses. I am eminently satisfied with the work that has been done to date, and I know that the success being achieved is due to your work.

    Alexander “Sandy” Moore Retired U.S. Navy Capt.