• Americans call for kindness, honesty and civil discourse amidst the spiraling pandemic, political rancor and racial strife

    Disturbed by the growing uncertainty and turmoil in American life, the vast majority of the country’s citizens are ready to hit a “restart” button on how issues are framed, debated and solved, according to a new book on “relevance” by a leading communications CEO.


    Now available for purchase on Amazon as an eBook and pre-order in hardcover: Can’t wait? Hardcover is available via BookBaby: Introducing Brodeur CEO Andrea Coville’s latest book, Creating Relevance in a Time of Uncertainty. Coville’s focus is on helping you create Relevance in our current moment of uncertainty caused by the pandemic, social unrest, and ever-increasing technological change. She lays out, in step-by-step fashion, what you need to do and how to do it. And Coville also provides numerous case […]

  • Relevance Research Published in Connect Magazines and Paperbilities

    Brodeur’s latest Relevance Research has been featured in both Connect Magazine and Paperbilities. Our CEO, Andy Coville, participated in a Q&A for Paperbilities on the topic of Relevance and values amid COVID-19.  You can find the full Q&A in Paperbilities here. Connect Magazine can be found here.   

  • Mind the Gap – A Conversation with Author and Space Philosopher Frank White

    Brodeur Senior Consultant Frank White featured on Better Satellite World’s podcast, “Mind the Gap – A Conversation with Author and Space Philosopher Frank White.” 

  • Maintain Relevance By Keeping Inclusion In Mind During A Crisis

    The novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has proved to be an equal opportunity offender, and no community is exempt. Many corporations, small businesses and nonprofits are shifting their conversation from “sustainability” to “survivability” as predictable doors are forced closed and routine events are canceled. This leaves many people feeling vulnerable. As major brands grapple with how to authentically respond to the needs of their key stakeholders, they may be finding that these audiences are not homogenous — and that their […]