What We Do
Greentarget believes its strength is in helping our clients direct—rather than react to—the ongoing conversations about them in the marketplace. Effectively managed dialogue within the marketplace holds the promise of adding value to every organization.
We go beyond simply using our communications expertise to place messages in a myriad of media channels. We focus the power of public relations to direct the conversations to help our clients build and deepen the relationships that impact the long-term value of their organizations.
Our clients rely on us to help them reap rewards from business opportunities and manage potential threats in ways that enhance their visibility, extend their brand presence and expand market share. These are just some of the benefits of how we work.
Who We Are
A world-class team with a strong entrepreneurial spirit, Greentarget was founded in Chicago by John Corey and Aaron Schoenherr in 2005. Since then, we’ve assembled a blue-chip leadership team from some of the world’s largest and most-respected public relations firms including Weber Shandwick, Fleishman Hillard and BSMG.
Our work serving global firms with multiple practice areas in the extremely competitive legal industry enables us to develop highly effective and efficient client services processes. Through this deep expertise and extensive experience in creating multi-layered communications programs, we deliver the same high level of impact and service to other professional service firms and select industries in the business-to-business market.
Principals Corey and Schoenherr, in fact, have directed the communications strategies for some of the highest-profile law firm mergers of the past decade, including the Wilmer-Hale combination and the historic triple-merger in 2005 between Piper Rudnick, Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich and DLA, among others.
An additional byproduct of our work in the legal space is our reservoir of highly relevant knowledge and critical insights that fuel our client work in many industries. We specifically focus our efforts on:
Headquartered in Chicago, Greentarget has a US-based staff of over 20, with additional offices in New York and California, and a 25-person London office. Plus we have a complementary network of marketing, graphics, technology, new media and communications professionals who regularly work with our team.
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