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A new partnership. A new name. And a new office.
Steven Greenaway

It’s been a season of changes. And all of them give pause to reflect where we’ve come and where we are headed.

Both Teresa and I want to again, welcome our new partner, Terri Harris, into our business. We have both known Terri for over a decade and were delighted when she accepted our offer to become our partner. Her skills and years of professional experience complement our own and we know our clients will benefit from her knowledge and counsel.

After nearly 25 years as Greenaway and Associates, we are now proud to be known as Harris Greenaway Communications Ltd., now operating out of our new offices in the Broadway district of Saskatoon.

There is really only one group of people to thank for our continued success. Without the support of our many clients, both past and present, we wouldn’t have enjoyed the success –  nor the benefit of so many interesting files, wonderful experiences and many great friendships.

We’ve enjoyed working in a range of sectors including agriculture, finance, tourism, forestry, construction, oil and gas, sport, transportation, real estate and health care.

At the end of the day, we are only successful as our clients. And we’ve been blessed to have “saddled up” for many great causes and for many great teams over the years.

We’ve helped clients communicate through some very difficult times – natural and human disasters, corporate mergers, labour disruptions, and shareholder discontent. We’ve also had the privilege of helping them share good news – products that were launched, plants that were built and people and communities that were helped.

Thank you for visiting our new website which we invite you to explore; it will grow over the coming months and we hope it, together with this blog, will provide you with some insights into the field of communications and marketing, as well as some strong opinions on current issues and public affairs.

 Now, it’s time to get back to work…