More sophisticated than ever, ICFF 2017 boasted an extraordinary roster. As the premier showcase for contemporary design, ICFF exhibitors and attendee’s were exceptional in both quality and variety and Gotham PR was lucky enough to participate. Hosted at the Javits Center in New York City, the showcase was abundant with inspiration. This article featuring many highlights of the exhibition can be seen in Metropolis, here.
New York, United States, May 11th, 2017
Gotham PR, a leading design Marketing PR boutique firm with locations in New York and London, is pleased to announce its 15th anniversary.
The agency today announces its 2017 client roster and related new website designed by TheWorkshop.co, under the creative direction of Jason Briscoe.
“We carefully crafted a clean, minimal and sharp brand experience that speaks to Gotham PR’s entrenched market, with emphasis on global architecture, interiors, retail, fashion and innovation,” The Workshop designer stated.
New agency clients that include the esteemed firm John Portman & Associates in Atlanta and Ortal in Los Angeles.
Along with top tier global architects, designers, art entities and cultural institutions, New York, Philadelphia and LA-based brands that newly selected Gotham PR as their agency of record also include Redbird NYC, Gramercy Design, Greenery NYC; Black & Poole Studio and Stefani Stein Design, respectively.
Emerging lifestyle brands in London, Toronto and Sydney know that Gotham PR is the go-to for sophisticated industry leaders, with an eye to first in class design status.
Viewed as a valued collaborative partner to many successful A&D brands and firms, Gotham PR is a resource that smartly drives strategic business and creative cultural endeavors to full effect for clients.
The agency has launched and repositioned top-tier firms, brands, institutions and individuals through its concentrated media relations, marketing and business development initiatives; over its progressive 15 year tenure.
Read the full press release, here.
John Portman & Associates in Atlanta is pleased to announce the opening of its architectural firm’s newest LEED project in Charlotte, North Carolina. The building, located at 615 South College in Charlotte will be celebrated as a new destination at a grand opening on May 18, 2017.
Designed by Gordon Beckman, AIA a principal at the firm, as profiled in the Charlotte Business Journal, the building is unique in its performance, downtown location and sophisticated amenities.
Photo Credit: Charlotte Business Journal
John Portman & Associates project work in Atlanta, where the firm is headquartered, has recently been featured in The Architect’s Newspaper for its new CODA at Tech Square with Georgia Tech.
Photo Credit: John Portman & Associates
Additionally, John Portman & Associates received design recognition for its new Hartsfield-Jackson Airport mixed use project by the Atlanta Business Journal.
Photo Credit: John Portman & Associates
On May 15th, Open House New York will host its 2017 Spring Benefit, celebrating the 15th anniversary of OHNY weekend. Gotham PR is thrilled to be a host committee and sponsor for this special occasion.
Providing a unique look into the extraordinary architecture of New York, the organization strives to educate the community about urban design and the future of the city.
Please join us on May 15th at Masonic Hall for an engaging and exciting benefit.
Read all event details as well as purchase tickets, here.
Gotham PR Principal, Courtney Lukitsch talks the importance of having a coach.
With coaching assuming such a prominent position alongside mentoring within the realm of public relations and strategic media consulting, the relevance of on-the-job education is an important topic. The fact that Millennial teams want a coach at work—not a boss—is well documented.
Read the full article, here.
Gotham PR is pleased to announce its 15th Anniversary in May 2017 — and the launch of its new client site www.gothampr.com — as reimagined by TheWorkshop.co in London.
Corresponding to the opening of NYCXDesign in New York, Gotham PR is pleased to announce several new global art, design, architecture initiatives at the agency, which is located in Soho.
The agency is respected for its high level of client service, exceptionally smart press relations and hands-on creative management.
Gotham PR is regarded as a leading partner to position, brand and launch businesses in the realm of art, design, architecture, development and tech.
With clients located in 30 countries, Gotham PR promotes the opportunity to work in New York, the greatest city in the world.
Please visit www.gothampr.com
“Managing client expectations comes in the form of concise written reporting and regular weekly meetings. It’s all about effective communication.”
– Courtney Lukitsch. Founder of Gotham Public Relations, an award-winning PR agency in New York City.
Read the full online book, here.
The Public Relations community was on fire last week, and not necessarily in a positive way. Both industry giants and public figures, Pepsi, United Airlines and White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, committed cardinal PR sins of epic proportion.
The Guardian spotlights these perfectly avoidable blunders. In the world of social media, there is no mistake that goes unnoticed. Everything is documented, posted, shared and studied. For each case, though all quite different, every instance gave way to missteps that were not only absurd, but absolutely avoidable.
Gotham PR principal, Courtney Lukitsch, illuminates the golden rule of PR; do not say or do anything that you don’t want broadcasted, and if by some reason there is a slip up, take immediate responsibility. Additionally, Lukitsch emphasizes that you must have the emotional intelligence to understand how your audience will feel and react to each unique situation. Something all three entities would have been wise to remember.
Lukitsch continues to warn against the possible troubles that come with “jumping on the band wagon” and the errors that can occur when a company misjudges their audience, or at least their reaction.
In moving forward, it is imperative to remember that communication is 24/7 and attention must be paid to every detail. The best way to course correct for the future, is to prevent issues from ever materializing.
Read the full article, here.
Living in a world where communication is constant, remaining “plugged in” at all times has become somewhat essential. However, the blueprint for remaining relative and current may surprise you.
Featured in INC. Magazine, is the communication strategy that could make or break your 2017, highlighting 5 steps to becoming an excellent communicator.
Gotham PR principal, Courtney Lukitsch, offers insight to navigating the sometimes challenging waters of living in a 24 hour news cycle, citing creating influence as crucial.
Read the full INC. Magazine article, here.