The Hatcher Group moved to 7600 Wisconsin Ave., Suite 1000, Bethesda. According to the agency: “We are so excited to create a space that gives our team new collaboration opportunities, new chances to (re)connect, and new inspiration for the work we love to do.” Shown above celebrating the move, left to right, are the firm’s partners Amy Fahnestock and Amy Squire Buckley.

Sage Communications formed a strategic alliance with federal management consultancy Deep Water Point to provide top-level marketing and professional services to businesses supporting the federal government.  The new alliance, states a release, provides an unmatched solution for companies that seek to increase their business and growth in the federal government. Through a combination of both companies’ extensive understanding of the federal government, its critical programs, and industry, Sage and Deep Water Point will offer broad strategic and tactical capabilities to their many clients working with the federal government. “Our new alliance with Deep Water Point brings together our team’s ability to foster a more welcoming and informed federal market with Deep Water Point’s knowledge and experience from the perspective of federal agencies and government contractors,” said David Gorodetski, co-founder and CEO of Sage Communications.

Social Driver tapped Kevin Williams as Senior Advisor, Strategic Growth. Williams, states a release, will play “a pivotal role in the company’s efforts to expand client partnerships with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.”   According to Social Driver, “Williams brings more than 35 years of leadership experience with corporate brands, nonprofits, and government agencies. He specializes in building high-performing solutions for clients, such as strategic alliances, channel strategies and customer engagement.

“As an advocate for economic empowerment, Williams launched the Pitch Mania program to introduce minority entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 contracting opportunities. He recently helped organize a meeting between minority entrepreneurs, including Social Driver CEO Thomas Sanchez, and Secretary of Transportation Pete Butitegeg.”

 

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