Generating Awareness: British Columbia Aboriginal Mine Training Association (AMTA)
PRA Communications developed and maintained a master message set that has underpinned all of the association’s communication over the past three years and ensured BC AMTA’s story has remained consistent and strong, across mediums and audiences.
Influencer Relations was another important component of the BC AMTA strategy; PRA Communications facilitated many introductions which have resulted not only in support and advocacy for the program but also funding for BC AMTA programs.
Created a unified and compelling narrative, enhancing BC AMTA’s brand and reputation.
The connections built through PRA Communications-facilitated introductions and engagements with key stakeholders, including influential individuals, organizations, and funding agencies – resulted in increased support and advocacy for BC AMTA’s programs. The endorsement and backing from these stakeholders further bolstered the credibility and visibility of BC AMTA.
The successful introductions and advocacy efforts led by PRA Communications resulted in significant funding opportunities for BC AMTA programs. The organization secured funding for its initiatives, enabling them to expand and enhance its efforts in connecting Aboriginal people to jobs in the mining industry. This funding injection has allowed BC AMTA to increase their impact and drive positive outcomes.
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