The tcgpr Team has the experience and expertise to deliver game-changing PR and Marcom results to organizations of any size and across every sector. Whether garnering News Media attention or planning a major Product Launch or Event, helping a campaign go viral on Social Media, handle Crisis Communications or Media Train executives for interviews, we are passionate about helping organizations grow and prosper through well-planned and smartly-executed campaigns.
As Managing Partner, Rhoda Eisenstadt has helped tcgpr earn a reputation for delivering consistent and valuable returns on client investments by focusing on key aspects of strategic brand development, from enhancing corporate images to ensuring sales success. Her focus on developing creative and cost-effective PR Plans helps clients effectively communicate their value propositions and achieve key competitive advantages. Best known for her counsel to the real estate industry, Rhoda’s innovative approaches help focus client campaigns on the experiential and community aspects of their developments—strategic positioning that consistently drives strong returns in brand recognition and sales.
David Eisenstadt is a recognized Canadian PR professional. One of PRSA’s first two elected Canadian Fellows and the first of two Canadian Public Relations Society Fellows, he formed tcgpr in Toronto (1973) after managing the PR division of a Canadian ad agency, headed by the late icon Jerry Goodis. His IBM Canada corporate PR experience was the basis for tcgpr becoming the pre-eminent tech firm in Canada through Y2K.
He received the 2004 Novikoff Memorial Award for furthering PR to CPRS and the community. Served as International Chair, PRSA Counselors Academy’s Executive Committee, is a Past-President, CPRS’ Toronto Consultants Institute and the CPRS National Accreditation and College of Fellows boards.
A Senator (Ret.) and Member of the Order of the University of Calgary—where he graduated in PoliSci, has working journalism experience and a post grad degree from Carleton University’s School of Journalism. A writer/commentator on the PR business for Canadian newspapers, online, magazines and books. Serves on Canadian association boards/committees.