Co-Communications Relocates Headquarters to White Plains

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We measure our success through our clients’ success and look forward to continuing to channel our energy into effective marketing programs for our current and new clients.

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. February 15, 2018

Co-Communications, Inc., a full-service marketing and public relations agency, has relocated its headquarters from Mt. Kisco, New York to 4 West Red Oak Lane, White Plains, New York. The Company also operates two satellite offices located in mid-town Manhattan and Farmington, Connecticut. In its 20th year of business, Co-Communications has experienced tremendous growth. The new office is approximately 3,000 square feet and is designed as an open, collaborative space.

Co-Communications, founded in 1997 by Stacey Cohen, President & CEO, has evolved from a traditional public relations agency to an integrated, full-service agency with in-house design, social media and content marketing capabilities. Co-Communications works with businesses across a range of industries and expertly positions and delivers their narratives in fiercely competitive markets. One of the most esteemed projects that Co-Communications has worked on is the 18-month communications campaign “Build the Bridge Now” to raise awareness about replacing the Tappan Zee Bridge with a New Hudson River crossing, the largest public works project in state history. They worked closely with the Construction Industry Council, the Business Council of Westchester, Rockland Business Association, and various other stakeholders to “get the word out.”

“We measure our success through our clients’ success and look forward to continuing to channel our energy into effective marketing programs for our current and new clients,” said Stacey Cohen, President and CEO of Co-Communications. “We have worked extremely hard to preserve the quality we are known for as we grow. Our new location enables us to meet the expanding needs of our clients while providing us with much-needed space to expand our team of Co-Stars, as we like to say.”

Jessica Lyon, Partner, Executive Vice President & COO of Co-Communications, added, “We look forward to creating the agency of the future that will continue to be collaborative and innovative. We will continue to work hard to find new and different ways to help our clients grow and prosper.”

Under Cohen’s leadership, Co-Communications has been awarded the Advertising Club’s “Best of Show” (2002, 2010, 2012) sponsored by Gannett, PRSA “Best in Show” (2013, 2015), Forbes Enterprise Award (2006), among numerous other industry awards and was inducted into the Westchester County Business Hall of Fame (2008). Cohen was recently named PRSA Practitioner of the Year in recognition of her professional achievements, experience, and reputation in the profession.

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About Co-Communications
Established in 1997, Co-Communications ( is a full-service marketing and public relations agency headquartered in White Plains, New York which provides high-impact communications programs to maximize its client’s exposure and market share. Representative services include strategic planning, branding, public relations, graphic design, website development and social media. The company has gained widespread attention for its creativity, research-based campaigns, first-rate service and results-oriented approach. Co-Communications serves clients in such industries as real estate, education, healthcare, finance, technology and non-profit. Co-Communications was recognized with the Forbes Enterprise Award and has earned awards from industry trade organizations including the Public Relations Society of America, Advertising Club of Westchester, Connecticut Art Directors Club, Ad Club of CT and Association for Women in Communications.

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