Boston’s public affairs firms: low profiles, big influence

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Feb 11, 2015 No Comments ›› CK Strategies

The Boston Globe recently featured a piece by new Business section editor John Chesto, highlighting the work of a series of public affairs firms across Boston. CK Strategies was proud to be included among this distinguished list of colleagues. In his piece, Chesto wrote:

CK Strategies: Guiding Deb Goldberg’s successful campaign for state treasurer last year catapulted Chris Keohan into the big leagues of Boston political consulting after previous wins in races for the state Legislature and Boston’s City Council. Keohan attributes his success with Goldberg to their plan to offer voters a policy-driven agenda focused on such issues as wage equality and financial literacy. Of course, deploying Goldberg’s personal fortune — her family once owned the Stop & Shop chain — certainly helped. Keohan is looking for a new location for his expanding firm, which had been a one-person shop until now. Kate Norton, Martin J. Walsh’s former press secretary, became the first person to join his staff last month.

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