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Melwood Global is a full-service international strategic communications firm

Melwood Global is the only strategic communications firm in Boston and Washington, D.C. owned and staffed entirely by former working journalists. Why is that? Because while many say they know the media, those who have spent time on the front lines as a working journalist living the immediacy of deadlines, the crush of information, the speed at which reputations are won and lost is best to advise organizations facing their toughest challenges. Combined with our unmatched post-newsroom experience in government, large PR firms, international NGOs, political campaigns and beyond, Melwood Global brings its clients the right mix of experience, vision and innovation needed to best navigate the complex modern communications world.

International communications – firsthand experiences adjusting business practices/communications for different cultures

Written by: Sophie | Friday, April 14, 2017 - 2:16pm | Blog

International communications

A Farewell to Verbosity

Written by: Jessica | Friday, March 31, 2017 - 12:48pm | Blog
During my broadcast career, I had the pleasure of working alongside some of the best in the business. Of all the career advice I was given, the tip that stuck with me most was simple: Read Ernest Hemingway.

Integrating Into the World of Digital PR

Written by: Megan | Monday, March 27, 2017 - 11:49am | Blog

The field of public relations is constantly evolving – whether it be through content, strategies and tactics, or even channels through which we, as storytellers, are able to convey our messages.

Blogging for Natural Search

Written by: Dave | Monday, March 13, 2017 - 1:32pm | Blog

Melwood Global created a website that’s been pinned to the top of Google’s natural (or organic) search listings approximately forever.

Perennially, you might say.

Long time.

This Week in PR Nightmares...

Written by: Stacey | Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - 10:42am | Blog

Strategic communication professionals prepare endlessly for crises and hope we never need to set those plans in motion. Not all crisis communications professionals are so lucky.