About Us

Decus DSince February 2006, Decus Strategic Consulting and Communications has been providing custom solutions for its clients in the pursuit of “visibility.”

We get asked all the time, “Are you a PR firm, a Marketing Company, a web and social media company, a branding group? Short answer is “Yes.” We do all of these things and more for our customers, aligned with their needs. One thing we’re not, is another agency that tries to sell you a cookie-cutter solution.  The last thing we want to do is walk into your business and force you to pay for services that aren’t aligned to your business plan or your business development goals. Determining that is the first step. Then we develop and execute on a custom strategy that gets you where you want to go. That could include public relations, social media, marketing strategy, alliance building, website development and branding or all of the above.

To help make your company more visible, we also employ a roster of top public relations, social media, brand solutions and marketing talent all with the common goal of developing a customized strategy that works for YOU and YOUR company.

From an industry perspective, Decus specializes in working with Professional Services, Non-Profit, Public Interest, Automotive, Manufacturing and Technology clients. But what we do is secondary to what we achieve – results.

  • Public Relations
  • Social Media
  • Branding Audits
  • Brand Creation and Go to Market Strategy
  • Media Training
  • Messaging
  • Crisis Communications
  • Marketing Strategy and Planning
  • Web Development and Content Creation
  • Media Buying and Strategy

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