DStreet Mid-Year Recap: Tenth Year Marked by National Awards, Practice Expansion and New Hires

DStreet, an award-winning Denver-based communications and PR firm, recaps the first six months of 2014 with national awards, expansion of its digital practice and several new hires. Earlier this year DStreet celebrated its 10th anniversary.

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'The agency has nearly doubled its billings from this time last year,' said Jennifer Dulles, APR, president of DStreet. 'We believe that is a strong sign of the economic conditions across the country and reflects well for all firms.'

Denver (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

DStreet, an award-winning Denver-based communications and PR firm, recaps the first six months of 2014 with national awards, expansion of its digital practice and several new hires. Earlier this year DStreet celebrated its 10th anniversary.

“The agency has nearly doubled its billings from this time last year,” said Jennifer Dulles, APR, president of DStreet. “We believe that is a strong sign of the economic conditions across the country and reflects well for all firms.”

Awards
This year both DStreet’s business-to-business and consumer practices have been recognized for campaigns and client work. The agency won three awards in the Hermes Creative Awards, an international competition, for its work with Cabela’s, Carey Lohrenz and Visual Intelligence. The agency also won top national honors from PRDaily for the best op-ed piece of 2014. Locally, DStreet’s teams were recognized with awards for all five of the campaigns they entered in the Denver Gold Pick Awards.

Practice Expansion
DStreet’s digital practice has also been expanded in the first half of 2014. Now in addition to web design, SEO, and social media, the agency has added expertise and programming in digital design, expanding the range of content and engagement programs available to clients.

New Hires
During the previous six months the agency has added talented new contractors to the DStreet team. Katherine Davis rejoined DStreet as a consultant, leading issues management and positioning programs. Jennifer Roane, former vice president of a tech communications firm in Denver, joined as a consultant with DStreet’s technology and b-to-b practice. Additionally, two team members were added to the agency’s growing digital practice.

About DStreet
DStreet is a boutique consultancy that helps clients create defining moments through modern communications. Our all-senior-level team partners closely with clients to help them deliver new products, services and ideas to their markets, to establish thought leadership positions, and to create the communications programs that help them succeed. For more information, visit our website at http://www.dstreetpr.com or join us on Facebook at Facebook.com/DStreetPR or on Twitter at @dstreettweet.


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