Fraser Strategy and Martin Charlton Communications strategically align to create full-service communications entity

Two Saskatchewan companies, Fraser Strategy Inc. and Martin Charlton Communications, today announced a new strategic alliance creating one of western Canada’s largest full-service communications entities.

“While our business is successful we always believe there are areas for growth that can be created through partnerships rather than us having to reinvent the wheel,” said Trent Fraser, CEO of Fraser Strategy Inc. “The suite of services that this partnership brings to our clients will give them a one stop solution to building a better business or organization.”

“We help clients tell their stories to the right audiences, at the right time, on the right platforms. Combining the services of our two companies means we can offer more complete solutions to our clients. This allows us to grow and meet the demand we see for our services,” said Mary-Lynn Charlton, CEO and President of Martin Charlton Communications. “We are particularly excited about the added value this will give to our growing number of public affairs and government relations clients.”

The alliance between the two companies will now offer a full suite of services to help clients in business, and the non-profit and public sectors communicate effectively to their target audiences, stakeholder groups and all levels of government.

The two companies offer brand management, business development and management, strategic communications and marketing, project management, public affairs consulting, digital and social media, public and media relations, government relations, media and message training and crisis communications.

Both Fraser Strategy Inc. and Martin Charlton Communications work for clients representing multiple sectors throughout the globe, the country and the province.


Trent Fraser                                                             
CEO and Founding Partner                                   
Fraser Strategies                                                        

Mary-Lynn Charlton
CEO and President
Martin Charlton Communications

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