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Member: Buchanan Public Relations
Address: 890 County Line Road
City: Bryn Mawr
State/Province: Pennsylvania
Postal Code: 19010
Country: USA
Phone: (610) 649-9292
Fax: (610) 649-0457
E-Mail: anne@buchananpr.com
Web Site: www.buchananpr.com

Buchanan Public Relations is a full-service public relations and marketing communications firm that provides a broad range of strategic public relations and marketing services to help grow clients’ businesses by building and nurturing their brands.

The firm specializes in B2B clients; its client base ranges from entrepreneurial start-up firms to large, publicly-held corporations and non-profit organizations. Buchanan Public Relations helps build businesses through the strategic use of media relations, research, interactive public relations, event coordination, design and production, web site development, advertising and public relations and marketing counsel.

  • Energy
  • Financial Services
  • Professional Services
  • Real Estate
  • Utilities
  • Media Relations
  • Business-to-Business
  • Brand Positioning and Awareness
  • Strategic Planning/Counsel
  • Research
  • Crisis Management and Communications
  • Employee/Labor Communications
  • Special Events
  • Media/Speaker Training and Development
  • Web Site Development
  • Graphic Design
  • Marketing
  • Advertising
  • Nancy Page

    Executive Vice President

    Before joining Buchanan PR in 2006, Nancy was Director of Public Affairs at Comcast Corporation. She brings a diverse background in marketing, communications and government affairs to her position at Buchanan Public Relations, where she oversees the business operations of the agency and is responsible for the delivery of quality services to our clients.

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  • Anne A. Buchanan

    President

    Anne founded Buchanan Public Relations in 1998, applying a diverse background in strategic communications that included leadership positions in agency, corporate, government and media environments. Her particular strengths are strategy, crisis communications and social media.

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  • Good job and thank you very much for your effort. Many thanks for organising such a smooth set of media contacts. The press coverage seems to be multiplying after the trip, with other Asian papers and periodicals picking up on the events in Singapore!
    World Gold Council
  • “ANA – the Association of National Advertisers – has been a client of CooperKatz since its founding 17 years ago. To say the least, our start was unique – as CooperKatz had its original office inside the ANA. We grew close because CooperKatz brought a wonderful blend of creativity, strategic insight, deft writing and outstanding production capabilities. CooperKatz and ANA have grown together, provided mutual support, and made each other better.”
    Bob Liodice, President and Chief Executive Officer, Association of National Advertisers (ANA)
  • "HWB Communications have been able to position GEPF’s brand positively in the media and our coverage has increased exponentially over the past nine months. As a result of their work we have been able to communicate good GEPF stories to all stakeholders. They understand our business and always provide excellent support and advice."
    Matau Molapo, Communications Administrator, Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF)
  • "We have only been working with the Fearey Group for a few months but I have been impressed from the beginning with their ability to assimilate a massive amount of information about our business, organize it in a  coherent manner and then fashion a marketing and branding plan that works.  They have also consistently impressed with their daily organization of and delivery on the myriad of tasks that arise when undertaking a new marketing and branding strategy.   In addition, their creative work has been thoughtful and unique and provided in a very timely fashion.   We are extremely pleased that we chose the Fearey group.”
    Steve Allen, Lee & Hayes
  • For many years we have been relying on IC AG's PR services. The agency works very thoroughly, provides good counseling and delivers on-going media success stories.
    Helmut Jungbluth, Vorstandsvorsitzender Erich Utsch AG

Latest Blog Posts

  • So You Got An Interview
    by Nicole Lasorda on March 28, 2017 at 2:47 pm

    I handle the internship and co-op programs here, and, especially for summer, I get hundreds of resumes for only two open positions. A few weeks ago, AC Lesley wrote a blog post about some major resume mistakes we see: Why We Passed on Your Resume (Sorry, Not Sorry). She did a great job emphasizing the […]

  • Yoga Ball Power Lunch at Buchanan Public Relations
    by Staff on March 22, 2017 at 7:03 pm

    That one time we all decided we needed to have yoga balls instead of chairs. It’s probably a good thing we’re all a little weird. […]

  • New Type of Creative Professional: Thoughts on Being a “One-Man-Band” in Video
    by Staff on March 21, 2017 at 3:18 pm

    –Angie Alpizar A new kind of creative professional has emerged in the video production world over recent years. As cameras and software have become cheaper and more user friendly, the face behind the equipment has begun to change. Previously, anyone involved in film or video production would have a solo discipline. If you were the […]

  • Luck O’the Irish? BPR reveals luckiest moments in PR
    by Staff on March 17, 2017 at 8:53 pm

    The staff at Buchanan Public Relations has had their fair share of lucky moments; but instead of a pot of gold, our rainbows end in top tier media placements, unlikely connections with celebrities, and even the opportunity of a lifetime. Take a look, and may the luck o’ the Irish be with you! […]

  • Why Your Office Should Embrace March Madness
    by John Reynolds on March 14, 2017 at 4:09 pm

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, not Christmas – March Madness. According to a recent study by Office Team, 32 percent of managers say March Madness activities are not welcomed in the workplace. And while 57 percent are okay with allowing it in moderation, only 11 percent of managers truly welcome the […]