JConnelly, a communications agency with offices in New York, Chicago, and Parsippany serving clients worldwide, has acquired AdvisorPR, a boutique public relations and marketing company that specializes in working with wealth management firms.
Based in Las Vegas, AdvisorPR Founder Alana Kohl and her team will operate AdvisorPR as a division within JConnelly’s financial practice group.
“Now is the right time to augment our strong organic growth with an acquisition,” said Ray Hennessey, JConnelly president and CEO. “We are constantly looking for ways to add complementary services and offerings to the marketplace. AdvisorPR’s passion for results and innovation fits in well with our overall mission and vision.”
Founded in 2005, AdvisorPR has built a solid reputation in the financial advisory industry for its custom and turnkey marketing communications solutions. These offerings include a signature process to aid financial advisors in systematically establishing, communicating, marketing, and growing their businesses.
“I look forward to working with the JConnelly team to exchange and integrate our collective knowledge, skills and capabilities to better service a growing market,” Kohl said. “JConnelly has an outstanding reputation across multiple industries, and our team is thrilled to be a part of a larger organization with such a focus on providing the right solutions and the proper support to a range of clients.”
Founded in 2003, JConnelly represents some of the best-known and most respected international brands in financial services, technology, entertainment, health and wellness, and food and beverage, in addition to serving and representing individuals, including celebrities, influencers, CEOs, and authors.
“We are excited to welcome the AdvisorPR team to JConnelly,” said Jennifer Connelly, executive committee chair and artist-in-chief. “We know that this addition will help us continue our commitment to finding the most innovative ways to serve our clients.”
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