Nov. 25, 2020 – Check out the latest newsletter from Ball Consulting Group, LLC by clicking here.
Oct. 9, 2020 – Ball Consulting Group, LLC is featured in the annual health care PR issue of O’Dwyer’s magazine, the No. 1 publication for public relations and marketing communications professionals.
The firm’s expertise and capabilities are profiled as a go-to PR firm in the magazine. O’Dwyer’s also published a guest column by President David Ball about COVID-19 in nursing homes and the crisis PR challenge presented by the pandemic.
Please click here to read the profile and here to read the guest column.
May 14, 2020 – It may take Covid-19, the worst pandemic in over a century, to finally force U.S. businesses to take crisis planning seriously. Ball Consulting Group, LLC President David Ball penned an insightful article on this subject for the PR Boutiques International blog.
Read the PRBI blog post by clicking here.
Aug. 2, 2019 – Ball Consulting Group, LLC, a strategic communications and public relations firm, is celebrating its 15th year in business serving clients in health care, education, nonprofit and other sectors in Massachusetts and nationally.
David A. Ball, president of Ball Consulting Group, founded the firm in 2004 after long career stints in state government and the health care industry. Since its inception, Ball Consulting Group has assisted hundreds of clients in developing and articulating messaging, building public support through media and external relations, and preparing for and managing crises.
Crisis work, in particular, has made the firm national in scope, as it has assisted major brands in dealing with significant business challenges.
“We have been honored to help some outstanding organizations with their greatest communications challenges,” said Ball. “The trust that clients place in our firm is something we never take for granted; we are grateful for it. We are also fortunate to have had so many talented team members over the years and the very dedicated partners who complement our work by bringing different skill sets and perspectives.”
Ball Consulting group is a proud member of PR Boutiques International, a global collaborative network of independent public relations firms, as well as an associate member of several health and human services professional associations.
About Ball Consulting Group, LLC
Ball Consulting Group, LLC, located in Newton Corner, just outside of Boston, serves a diverse group of clients in the health care, pharma/biotech, education, nonprofit and other sectors. For more information, visit www.ballcg.com.
June 21, 2019 – What to do when crisis strikes a major fashion brand? Ball Consulting Group, LLC President David Ball recently teamed with Rachel Solomon, founder of Honor Code Creative, on a Medium post walking through potential scenarios and solutions.
They write: “While hospitals, insurers, universities and other more traditional sectors might be more inclined to have a crisis plan in place, the fashion/retail industry should take recent high-profile incidents as a call to look at how well they’re prepared for a crisis and equipped to respond with brand-right, effective messaging.”
Read the full piece by clicking here.
May 31, 2019 – Ball Consulting Group, LLC President David Ball recently penned a piece for the Providers’ Council about planning ahead and being prepared for potential crises.
Our firm works with several human services agencies in Massachusetts that are members of the Providers’ Council, a trade association and voice of the provider industry. Members are often challenged by crisis situations involving staff and clients.
Please click here to read the piece.
Ball Consulting Group president David Ball recently was a guest for the upcoming PR Boutiques International’s podcast series, “Chats with the Experts.”
Speaking with moderator Joy Scott of L.A.-based Scott Public Relations, David discusses the keys to selecting and collaborating with the “right PR firm” to create a winning partnership.
PRBI’s podcast series, launching in 2019, is designed to provide practical information on the changing world of public relations, how communications can be improved and enhanced, and how practitioners and clients can engage to solve many of the new challenges in communications today.
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