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Southfield, MI 48033

Your People

Your People creates connections, brand awareness and loyalty between companies and clients by using relationship-building as a way to build business and increase exposure. The agency provides strategic public relations initiatives that include print, Web 2.0, social media marketing, website development and other multi-tiered strategic initiatives.


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Your People expands 'kitchen table' with new team members

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Your People PR goes back to the kitchen table, grows revenue

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Being A Mompreneur: A Conversation with Lynne Golodner

Working from home is one thing. Running a successful business with employees out of your house is another. Lynne Golodner not only found a way to stay at home and grow her PR firm, Your People, she attracted a like-minded staff. Metromode asks her how she does it. read on…

Your People PR firm adds staff, plans to move to Ferndale

There is a reason Lynne Schreiber's public relations firm is called Your People. The Southfield-based company specializes in helping businesses maximize their PR and marketing through their existing people and relationships."I basically help companies get organized and focused," says Schreiber, chief creative officer and founder of Your People. "I help them tell the stories that are already there. These stories are always lurking around in a company. We help them find and package them."Schreiber was a journalist for 15 years in Washington, D.C., New York, and most recently for The Detroit News. She started Your People in 2007 and now gives regular work to five independent contractors. She expects to make her first hire this fall and move to office space in downtown Ferndale later this year."I have always been fond of urban settings," Schreiber says. "I lived in Ferndale when I moved back to Metro Detroit."The company has an eclectic client list, including businesses like the Orchard Mall and AVE Office Supplies. It also recently signed five new clients, including Panache Entertainment and AskInYourFace.com.Source: Lynne Schreiber, co-founder and chief creative officer for Your PeopleWriter: Jon Zemke read on…

Your People PR focuses growth on community firms

Lynne Meredith Schreiber is discerning about what type of client she takes on for her public relations start-up.There is a reason why she called it Your People. She wants to work with clients who have a community-based focus. Ones that are interested in more than just money making. Seems to be working so far. Schreiber started with just herself in 2007 and now employs six people. The company has taken on eight clients and hopes to attract just as many by the end of the year. Your People is looking to add another full-time position or two soon. Schreiber worked as a freelance journalist and creative writer for a decade before deciding to strike out on her own with a public relations agency based out of Southfield."There is only so much one person can do," Schreiber says. "As a freelance journalist you're always gunning for the next assignment." Source: Lynne Meredith Schreiber, chief creative officer for Your PeopleWriter: Jon Zemke read on…

Your People PR firm makes first hires

Your People is taking on some of its own in Southfield these days. The public relations firm has recently made a couple of hires after adding clients to its growing roster.Today the 3-year-old company has a staff of six, including independent contractors and the occasional summer intern. It plans to have six full-timers by late next year; however, Lynne Schreiber, Your People's founder, plans to keep her company more on the boutique side."We want to maintain the relationship focus," Schreiber says. "I want to have a hand in every project."Your People has added seven new clients this fall, ranging from Global Consulting to Lynn Medow's Yoga By Design to M.L. Liebler's Working Words. She started the company the three years ago after working as a journalist for 15 years in Washington, D.C., New York, and most recently for The Detroit News. Source: Lynne Schreiber, founder of Your PeopleWriter: Jon ZemkeRead more about Metro Detroit's growing entrepreneurial ecosystem at SEMichiganStartup.com. read on…
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