We help enable brands to embrace wellbeing

Three-quarters of consumers believe it’s important for brands to embrace wellbeing as part of their core mission, and more than half of consumers think brands will need a wellbeing approach to survive in the future. Felicity enables brands in making this embrace.

Communications and Brand Strategy

Our team of seasoned senior communicators and subject matter experts apply their knowledge to elevate your brand. We manage your communications, conversations and communities to not only get people talking about your brand, but to keep them talking.

New Product Launches and Extensions

Reputation Management

Stakeholder Relations and Content Collective

Consumer and Professional Education

Special Events

Partnership Building

Communications Strategies and Planning

Key Messaging

Internal Communications and Employee Engagement

Social & Digital Media

While it’s true that content is king, the way that it’s amplified is what matters most. Our team helps brands express the right messages, in the right ways, across the right channels and in front of the right audiences.

Social Media Strategy

Content Marketing

Felicity’s award-winning team of strategic storytellers, journalists, producers and creative directors craft stories that change mindsets, incite action and win the hearts and minds of your target customer.

Content Strategy and Custom Content Creation

Thought Leadership

Executive Profile-Building

Media & Influencer Relations

Our team of industry insiders leverage their connections. We bring to your table the people your audiences trust, from media to social influencers, to stakeholder groups and key opinion leaders.

Earned Media and Press Coverage

Spokesperson Placement

Media Training

Influencer and Ambassador Engagement

Is wellbeing washed up?

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Is wellbeing washed up?

When inauthentic brands tried to hop on the environmental bandwagon, they were accused of “green-washing.” Now consumers are calling out brands for what’s perceived as “well-washing.” Could your brand be accused of this practice? 

Read our white paper, Is Wellbeing Washed Up?

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