It’s already four months since the Phil Communications team moved into its new quarters in the Jeanne Sauvé House and from everyone’s perspective, this is cause to celebrate.

Phil has been working with the Jeanne Sauvé Foundation since Spring 2014 on the development and implementation of the strategic communications plan that reflects and complements the JSF’s new emphasis on Global Public Leadership. One of the key elements of the plan is the social media strategy including the JSF website, Facebook and Twitter. During the summer of 2014 Phil worked on the Global Leadership Program branding and call-for-applications campaign that included an ambitious- and successful- online marketing strategy.

Phil Communications specializes in the not for profit sector, offering strategies, creative solutions and support to clients across a range of social industries, including education, health and the environment and therefore an ideal fit in the Sauvé House community.

Founder and Creative Director Kim Fuller underlines that “We were excited when we completed the move and remain as enthusiastic today. The synergies between the organizations at Sauvé House have made our move here more amazing than we ever could have imagined. There are such fascinating people who come through these doors every day, it’s a privilege for us to be among such great young minds!”

JSF President and Executive Director Désirée McGraw adds “it’s a delight to have this group of energetic, creative people in Sauvé House. They add so much professionally and personally.”

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