We’re Expanding Our Reach With
Larger Albany Office
Posted on: August 18, 2011
We’re pleased to announce that our firm is growing again. In September, we will move our Albany offices into larger quarters in the historic Harmanus Bleecker Library building at the corner of Dove Street and Washington Avenue, not far from the Capitol.
Glens Falls will continue to be our home base, as it has been since the firm began in 1988, but our growing roster of Capital Region clients makes this the right time to expand our presence to the south.
We are grateful to the many loyal clients who entrust us with their strategic communications, media relations, marketing and issue advocacy work. They — and the terrific team of professionals here — have made this move possible.
The news release announcing our expansion can be found below.
Thank you for your friendship and continued support.
Mark Behan, President and Founder
Behan Communications Expanding In Capital Region
ALBANY, N.Y. — Behan Communications, Inc., the leading public relations, marketing and crisis communications firm in New York’s Capital Region, is expanding its staff with new office space in Albany’s historic Harmanus Bleecker Library Building.
“Our firm has served major Capital Region clients for more than 20 years, and our move to the Harmanus Bleecker building allows us to expand our staff to serve new clients and work more closely with our partners in many Capital Region businesses, law firms and lobbying firms,” said Mark L. Behan, president of Behan Communications.
“I congratulate Behan Communications on their expansion in the City of Albany, and look forward to their continued commitment to our economic vitality,” Albany Mayor Gerald D. Jennings said. “By investing in Albany, Behan Communications is signaling that New York’s Capital ‘All America’ City is, indeed, open for business.”
Behan Communications provides communications strategy and advice to senior management in major corporate and non-profit organizations in New York and New England. The firm’s services include media and community relations; public affairs and issue advocacy; crisis communications; and brand, corporate and institutional marketing.
The firm’s new Albany offices are at 19 Dove Street, at the intersection of Washington Avenue. Its previous locations were on Elk Street and on Broadway. The Albany office is led by Behan Communications Vice President Sarah Metzgar Boggess. The hiring of additional staff will be announced shortly.
F. Michael Tucker, president of the Center for Economic Growth, said: “We are excited to see local companies thriving and expanding in the Capital Region. Behan Communications’ continued growth is evidence of its well-known reputation. Its healthy client base is a positive barometer of our region’s economic vitality.”
Behan Communications is the Capital Region’s leading public relations firm by billings, according to 2010 data compiled by the Capital District Business Review. The firm has won more than 120 major national and regional awards for its work in the manufacturing, energy, health care, higher education, financial services and economic development sectors. Services include in-house production of videos and commercials for broadcast and the web, a broad spectrum of social media, and website design and development.
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