When you sign on with iPR, we jump in with both feet. So look out, we’re going to make your business our business.
iPR has been at this since 1999 and we have a pretty good handle on what it takes to be a full-service bilingual communications shop that both clients and media like to engage. When you sign on with iPR, we jump in with both feet, so look out, we’re going to make your business our business. Our success arises from establishing effective lines of communications between clients and media, going above and beyond the call of duty to create long-lasting relationships.
Our deal is to connect clients and media in a win-win situation (Did we just say win-win? Never mind, we would never use that). But we do know how to get clients and media to relate to each other. We use clear, concise messages and understand what it takes to build significant exposure. We could go on but then it would no longer be concise.
John’s only regret in starting The iPR Group was not doing it sooner. Luckily after 16 plus years the regret is long gone, now he just wants to make sure clients get what they need. John’s style is to look deeper and around the corner and into the nooks and crannies of any assignment. There is always a more creative way to do it A native of Toronto, John is fluent in French and Italian. Brush With Greatness - Handled PR for Jimmy Carter and his Habitat For Humanity Build in Canada (but has lost his pic with the Prez.)
Originally from the hinterlands of Wiarton, Ontario (why does that sound familiar) Corey is iPR’s unilingual tech guru breaking down complicated tech talk into easy to understand messaging and then pitching the hell out of it. And to boot, Corey is great at booting computers having worked as an in-store tech at Staples - which means he knows retail too.
Marc has been an associate or colleague of iPR since the early 90s when John saved him from an internship at the Better Business Bureau. Since that save, Marc has become a leading digital marketing and communications expert and now runs his own firm Digital Giants and jumps in for digital support whenever we need.
With a background in media, music, digital and public relations, Brock is the epitome of a modern-day renaissance man. The Vancouver native landed in Toronto in 2010 hit the ground running and luckily for us never went back. How many mountain landscapes can a guy handle? Brock’s transition into iPR has been seamless thanks to his creativity, sense of humour and disinterest in mountain climbing.
Trevor has helped iPR with business development over the years while also managing communications programs for leading PR firms and brands. He’s worked in a variety of sectors including everything from start-ups to multinationals and has made clients and brands look great online and off. Since joining John’s team, Trevor has satisfied a career ambition to work with the man who put the i in iPR.
Rachel joined the iPR team in 2016 and has since established herself as the go-to French-speaker. After a few years in insurance, Rachel transitioned into digital marketing before finding her niche in PR. She has worked with some of Canada’s top consumer brands and nonprofits to execute integrated communications programs across Canada. While not at the office, Rachel can be found practicing yoga, reading Harry Potter, and hanging out with her cats.
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