Storytellers for today's new markets.
Because it's not just to tell the story... it's about how to tell it.
|To create meaningful, measurable and culturally relevant connections between brands and their target publics.|
|Effective public relations is about more than just influence and persuasion. It’s about developing meaningful relationships between brands and the matrix of stakeholders who shape their profitability in the marketplace. |
Our programs enlighten, educate, empower, elevate and enrich the audiences we target, converting them into willing and able brand ambassadors.
67 Gold/Platinum Awards
|San Jose Public Relations has consistently earned global recognition for its culturally relevant and impactful programs. |
Awards include IABC Gold Quill, PR News Platinum, PCC Golden Trumpet, and Spectra.
|San Jose Public Relations draws from the expertise and insights of the largest marketing communications group exclusively serving the Americas, the San Jose Network LTD. SJN is comprised of over 550 professionals in 18 countries with $435 MM in billings. SJN is set up to accomplish unprecedented “glocalized” marketing results for our clients, via a centrally-managed model to ensure maximum efficiency and Return on Investment.|
|In the beginning, there were a handful of media outlets, a few events and a growing interest in reaching the specialized segment that later became the most robust minority group in the United States. |
By the early '90s, we had become Hispanic market PR pioneers. Wielders of the "Sword and Shield" approach. We created our own tools when the industry didn't offer them and along the way, helped the discipline evolve from a "good will" gesture into one of the most important tools we now have for changing multicultural consumer behavior.
Along the way, our unique expertise enabled us to extend our public relations strategies into other segments of the population. Today, minority consumers have become the majority in the top 20 U.S. markets, and our clients are tapping into us to reach the total market, made up of these diverse segments. From Fortune 1000's to local non-profits, San Jose Public Relations has been called upon to build brands, put out fires and shape the marketplace in memorable ways because of its stellar reputation.
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over 1 year
According to Forbes magazine, one-third of the world’s population will be on social media in 2021. Investing in a strong social media presence should be a priority for any brand and company looking to expand this year. As the world still tackles a pandemic, the usage of social media has grown. Not only with new […]
over 1 year
The COVID-19 outbreak came and changed the world in a way nobody could have imagined, creating a “new normal” as people adjust to living in the middle of a pandemic. Due to the medical crisis, most brands stopped their advertising campaigns and activations since the future was uncertain and they didn’t want to risk sounding […]
over 1 year
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about 4 years
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about 4 years
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Growing Hispanic Retailers Impact Overall Grocery and Food Trends https://t.co/Gat9ZwBMw3 via @portada_online
Super Bowl Ad Review: We Laughed, We Cried, We Cringed https://t.co/rP3pKZXTPp
"The State of Digital Audio in the US Hispanic Market"
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