Over the years, we’ve developed hundreds of successful websites, PR programs, logos, as well as M&A and digital marketing campaigns. Our operational methodologies are established, formally documented and based on decades of our award-winning industry experience.
The Boscobel team has worked extensively and exclusively with B2G and B2B organizations over the past 40+ years and we have a lot to show for it. We are very proud of the work we’ve done with our clients. Read on to see why.
To rapidly increase growth in the government and commercial sectors, Appian urgently needed a federal marketing PR firm to essentially put them on the GovCon map. We provided thought leadership, branding, advertising and marketing collateral to promote the company and its impressive successes as the architect of the world’s largest intranet portal, the 1.2 million-user Army Knowledge Online.
Citrix Public Sector needed a Government PR firm to gain significant, positive media coverage and to increase name recognition among federal decision-makers. After an extensive agency review, we were selected to work with the geographically dispersed Citrix team as well as their commercial PR firms.
When Intelsat Government Solutions purchased COMSAT General, the move created a name change to Intelsat General Corporation (Intelsat General). The satellite giant needed a B2G marketing firm to educate the market about the new satellite powerhouse through strategic federal PR, marketing and rebranding initiatives.
A rapidly expanding division of L-3, L-3 STRATIS needed to quickly fill hundreds of positions for highly specialized work in the D.C. area, in an extremely competitive federal talent market. The company selected Boscobel to develop a targeted federal recruitment campaign and employee appreciation program with a budget of over $1million dollars. Moreover, it needed to be up and running in just a few days. We stepped up to the plate with advertising, transit, billboard, events – and ice cream trucks!
Leadership at NCI Inc. recognized the need to develop a company brand that reflected its role as both a prime and a subcontractor. They wanted to establish a public voice in the GovCon community that positioned the company as a true thought leader in the industry. Boscobel heeded the call with strategic PR, bylined articles, media training, white papers and more.
McMurdo Group, a division of Orolia, was manufacturing over 25 percent of the world’s emergency distress beacons – and had built and installed nearly half of the world’s Medium Earth Orbit Search and Rescue-capable satellite ground stations. Yet they needed greater brand recognition in the aerospace, defense and government sectors. Boscobel officially helped put Orolia and Orolia Defense & Security on the map with primes and partners.
Pyramid Systems has built a distinguished reputation as a “go to” firm for developing and managing mission-critical technology systems for U.S. government and commercial organizations. While the company was growing and innovating with clients, its website was getting left behind. Boscobel started with a website audit before delivering a completely new web design and all new content – all launched in 90 days!
QinetiQ North America was the perfect marriage of established industry leaders Foster-Miller, Westar and ten other mid-tier government contractors, creating a $1.6B company. After a thorough agency review, the company selected Boscobel for branding, advertising, marketing and thought leadership. Then the market knew exactly who Qinetic North America was!
To get to the next level as a mid-tier government contractor, STG knew it needed to set its targets on major government and military opportunities that totaled $30 billion. At the same time, STG realized it needed to complement its in-house marketing and business development with proactive, daring and targeted PR thought leadership, a new brand, exhibit design, marketing collateral and even a new website! In addition, Boscobel created and launched their effective Pre-RFP account-based marketing program to help them achieve their BD goals.
The Department of Labor wanted to launch an Internet-based marketplace for training and educational resources, in partnership with a consortium of fifteen states. The first priority was for training providers to enter their course offerings into the website database. With no budget for advertising, Boscobel needed to develop low-cost, effective PR and outreach strategies to make training providers aware of this free government service.
Mid-tier government contractor Vistronix was looking to expand its capabilities portfolio using organic growth and transformational acquisitions. The company found the ideal acquisition target but needed M&A communications support to effectively address the acquisition with internal and external audiences. Boscobel supported Vistronix with PR and thought leadership.