June 13, 2019

By Catherine Hannum

There are few things in this world that beat a lazy, summer day and a good book – am I right? At Aria, by trade we are avid readers and proficient writers, and so naturally we gravitate towards the written word as our preferred form of escapism. With the summer months ahead of us and forthcoming vacations, office conversation has been especially skewed towards literary recommendations and the books that have made our personal reading lists. From beachy reads, to memoirs, to self-improvement, literary fiction, and more – we have rounded up a variety of selections based on Aria staff-picks. 

 

If you’ve read any of our recommendation, leave your take in the comments below. If you’re adding any of these selections to your reading roster, we’d love to know as well!

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June 6, 2019

By Sean Chase

April showers bring May flowers, right? Well, apparently Boston didn’t get the memo this year as showers continued throughout the entire month of May. The silver lining? It was also a month filled with top-notch coverage for our clients! Check out what the Aria team secured in May:

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May 31, 2019

By Antonia Rutter

Being a smaller agency with one main office means that everyone at Aria lives and works around the greater Boston area. We love our city and appreciate all it has to offer (great restaurants, killer sports teams, beautiful outdoor space, etc). So, it’s important to us to be active members in our community and find ways to give back to keep it such an amazing place.

 

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May 24, 2019

If you haven’t gathered from our previous blogs, Aria is an office of food fanatics. Many of us whip up epic creations for our Wednesday breakfasts and monthly happy hours, and we often convene over lunch from one of our go-to restaurants and discuss everything from healthcare IT to PR to life in the Boston area.

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May 16, 2019

At Aria, we provide each of our clients with a dedicated PR team that typically consists of a Vice President, a Senior Account Executive, an Account Executive (AE) and sometimes an Account Coordinator (AC). Given this set team structure, AEs and ACs typically do not have many opportunities to collaborate directly with each other on client work.

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