Green Las Vegas consultant
NOT YOUR EVERYDAY AGENCY
Unlike traditional agencies, CBP does not reflexively offer a menu of legacy marketing services with the goal of increasing its bottom line and billable hours. Instead, CBP is mindful of the dramatically different ways the public, companies, employees, customers and constituents receive and consume information. CBP identifies strategies and tactics that are specific to each client and—most importantly—designed to succeed in today’s communications landscape. Furthermore, CBP takes the time to listen to the your needs and goals and, if necessary, help clearly articulate your mission and objectives. This meticulous approach to situation analysis and goal evaluation means CBP will never suggest a "one-size-fits-all" approach to solving its clients’ problems.
LISTEN, COLLABORATE, THINK, BE HONEST, HAVE VISION
Finding organizational or situational success through effective, smart communication is, frankly, not overly complicated—but it does take discipline. CBP's approach is simple, it involves five key elements:
By incorporating these five fundamentals into every communications strategy, positive results are sure to follow.
COMMITMENT TO THE FUTURE
CBP STRATEGIES is a committed to making the future a livable, sustainable, vibrant place. As an active participant in the sustainability, technology and philanthropic communities, CBP has made a commitment to itself, the community and its clients to do everything in its power to make the world a better place today—and for generations to come.
Active commitment to community development, corporate responsibility, philanthropy and sustainability is quickly becoming a moral and economic imperative for all companies, organizations and individuals. CBP seeks to work with like-minded organizations, which not only talk about this commitment, but also apply them in practice—be it philanthropy, community building and/or effective and efficient resource management.
"Communication leads to community, that is, to understanding, intimacy and mutual valuing."
- Rollo May