Outreach. Vision. Direction.
A Fresh Perspective on
Public Engagment and Community Relations
YBE Kinard Enterprises is a South Carolina Department of Transportation certified DBE strategic public engagement agency in Charleston, SC. From brand-building strategy to reputation management, YBE Kinard leverages traditional and social channels to engage with key publics, consistently exceeding client expectations. With a laser-focus on public engagement, boutique size, and senior-level account management, you will gain the credibility and awareness your organization deserves.
Earned media is the backbone of public engagement. And as the industry continues to evolve (remember the fax machine?), content remains key. We work our long-standing relationships with key media across a plethora of channels to create headlines and bylines for our clients.
Public & Political
Primarily engaged in designing and implementing public engagement campaigns. Providing lobbying, political consulting, or public relations consulting.
Effective campaign strategies- the ones that win- have been tried and proven over the course of many election cycles, but are also nimble and able to adapt quickly. By employing those tactics to solve challenging policy issues, our seasoned strategists can help clients affect change on key legislative and regulatory matters at the local, state and federal level.
Marketing Consulting Services
Implementing your marketing strategy by creating a detailed marketing plan, determine a business's marketing message, and identify the appropriate marketing mix to get the message out to the target market.
Temporary Help Service
Engaging in supplying workers to clients' businesses for limited periods of time to supplement the working force of the client. The individuals provided are employees of the temporary help service establishment.
Big ideas, rooted in strategy. We blend that tremendous experience with account planning, digital strategy, user experience, and real data to craft each brand and messaging story we tell.
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”