Cookson Communications

Communications, Branding, Public Relations, Strategy, Ideas

Communicating is hard.

Communicating your message, story, and vibe can be tricky. At Cookson, we’re problem solvers first, everything else second (except maybe communications). So tricky is kind of our thing.

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Featured Work

NH Tech Alliance

For nearly a decade, we’ve been supporting the NH Tech Alliance with all aspects of design, production, marketing, public relations, social media, event management and event support.

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ApprenticeshipNH

“Earn as you learn” is the main message of ApprenticeshipNH. We were tasked with developing a marketing plan and brand that highlights the new opportunities offered by this workforce-strengthening initiative.

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Orion Entrance Control

Orion Entrance Control, Inc. manufactures entrance security for some of the world’s largest companies. To take their materials to the next level, they engaged our team to up their visual game.

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News

Matt Cookson | Imagining how we'll do business in New Hampshire | NH Business Review

Imagining how we’ll do business in New Hampshire after Labor Day

Rather than focusing on the current situation, I’d like to focus on the ways in which we’ve connected and communicated and how that will look in the future. As a community, we’ve adapted, and we’ve learned a few things about one another along the way. We’ve learned resiliency. We’ve learned humility. And, most strikingly, we’ve… Read More »

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Why you should choose a partner and not a vendor for your marketing communications

Why You Should Choose a Partner (Not Just a Vendor) for Your Marketing Communications Needs in 2020

When we turned the calendar to a new year and new decade recently, it created an opportunity to reflect back while thinking ahead. When we launched Cookson Communications at the beginning of the last decade, we were coming out of a deep recession, social media was still in its infancy and digital marketing and communications… Read More »

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