“Red Banyan continues to grow, with offices located strategically across the U.S. so we can better serve our clients and their stakeholders,” said Red Banyan Founder and CEO Evan Nierman.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (PRWEB) May 19, 2021
Red Banyan, a global crisis management and PR agency, today announced the opening of its new office in New York City. The move is designed to better serve the firm’s New York clients and is a natural outgrowth of the agency’s role as the go-to firm for complex, high-stakes crisis communications.
“Red Banyan continues to grow, with offices located strategically across the U.S. so we can better serve our clients and their stakeholders,” said Red Banyan Founder and CEO Evan Nierman. “Opening an office in an international hub such as New York positions Red Banyan even more strategically, enabling us to better serve our diverse and high-profile New York client base.”
Since launching in late 2010, Red Banyan has established itself as one of the leading crisis pr agencies in the United States. The firm already has offices in South Florida; Washington, D.C.; Atlanta and Los Angeles. Red Banyan provides crisis management, litigation support, media relations and other strategic communications services to a variety of national and international clients.
Red Banyan is at the forefront of crisis management, possessing a network of media contacts forged through decades of crisis PR and strategic communications. Staffed by a team including numerous former journalists, the firm offers global reach and proven results.
About Red Banyan
Red Banyan is a specialized communications firm and crisis management firm focused on solving complex, highly sensitive and mission-critical communications challenges. Specializing in crisis communications, corporate public relations, government relations, and legal PR, Red Banyan provides an integrated approach to communications rooted in strategy. Learn more at http://www.redbanyan.com, become a fan on the Red Banyan Facebook page and follow the firm on Twitter and LinkedIn.