Building Relationships on Trust. And Results.
Our approach — Structure, Planning and Creativity — is a consistent, trusted foundation from which we operate. We offer our clients our best ideas and our time. Two things that are intensely personal and at the heart of our advocacy on your behalf.
Highly organized, consistent communication, agile, talented, seasoned, accessible and creative. Anticipating and acting. The structure of our relationship is the foundation of our work together. It is our key to building long-lasting partnerships and making your job and challenge easier, not harder.
We define victory with you. Everything begins with the plan. We listen first, ask questions next, then develop creative strategies that advance your goals. Because, creativity and enthusiasm without an objective and plan is dangerous.
Your objectives set the framework for our creativity. That creativity is interwoven within our knowledge of the distinctive personalities and perceptions of the Gulf South. “Be creative” does not advance your goals. Innovation matched to your objectives does.
We work with each of our clients to define “victory,” examining in detail what each goal will take. Our focus on mutually defined success, attention to detail and hard work allow us to deliver results time and time again. Learn more about the results we produce for our clients.
What Do I Do Next?
This is the question we hear most often. We answer that question with meaningful, structured solutions with a definable set of goals. Then we set out to exceed those goals. We draw from our learnings about the people and perceptions of the Gulf South and partner with you to develop clear, distinctive, and creative solutions.
Sheriff Marlin Gusman and Compliance Director Darnley R. Hodge issues update on ongoing health monitoring of inmates and OPSO staff and contractors, as well as established precautions at the Orleans Justice Center (OJC) related COVID-19 prevention and treatment.
While the pandemic timeline remains uncertain, brands are finding creative ways to tailor their services and products to coincide with the current needs of consumers and we are seeing new consumer trends and reactions based on developments over the last week.
The Advocate: Louisiana Inmates are Using Donated Supplies to Make Hand Sanitizer as Coronavirus Spreads
Louisiana is producing thousands of bottles of hard-to-find hand sanitizer, thanks to a quickly assembled collaboration among state agencies and three manufacturers including ExxonMobil donating the ingredients.
New Orleans CityBusiness: Stone Pigman Offers Tips for COVID-19 assistance to property owners, renters
In response to the coronavirus crisis and directives from the FHFA, the Enterprises have implemented sweeping relief for coronavirus-impacted property owners with Enterprise-backed mortgages. The FHFA has set up a webpage with information about coronavirus-related assistance.
Galatoire’s is excited to announce locals can now purchase its Shrimp Remoulade and Shrimp Creole at select Rouses Markets in the New Orleans area. These delicious grab-and-go menu items are currently available at the Veterans-Causeway, Tchoupitoulas and Carrollton locations.
In an effort to assist communities across Southeast Louisiana amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Chevron’s Gulf of Mexico Business Unit has committed $350,000, in total, to Bayou Community Foundation, Northshore Community Foundation, Northshore Food Bank and Second Harvest Food Bank to supply resources to local families and individuals in need.
As COVID-19 continues to impact Louisianians, credit unions across the state offer tools and resources to their members. Louisiana credit unions have activated their pandemic response plans to minimize impact on the delivery of financial services and keep members, customers and employees safe.
The people of Louisiana’s energy industry are vital in efforts to stop the spread of the Coronavirus and treat COVID-19. ExxonMobil Baton Rouge donated isopropyl alcohol to Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness.
At The Ehrhardt Group, we are specifically interested in understanding how consumers are changing or reinforcing their behaviors during this time of crisis. Equally as important, figuring out which consumer and media behaviors may become permanent will impact how we communicate with each other in the future.