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About Agnes + Day

About Agnes + Day

Named after its two founding partners, Agnes + Day approaches crisis management and planning as more than just a crisis plan. Yes, a crisis plan is important, but what’s most important is adapting a corporate culture that understands today’s crisis and communication realities, and enables your team to quickly identify and resolve issues before they have the opportunity to escalate into crises (which, as you know, can happen very quickly).

We believe in the power of technology for crisis communication, as well as the power of the community and building trust with your most important stakeholders as a form of crisis prevention and preparedness.

We approach working with our clients as a long-term partnership where we dive deep into understanding the organization’s corporate culture, industry regulations and stakeholder needs and expectations. We not only help you devise a crisis management plan, but develop and implement strategies that will serve as a crisis prevention and preparedness plan. We strongly believe that crisis prevention is the best form of crisis management and this is our ultimate goal with our clients.

If our values sound like they align with yours, get in touch with us and we’ll discuss how we can help your organization be crisis-ready and crisis-free.

Client Testimonials

“If you ever need a company who could brief on crisis management or provide trainings on issues management or crisis simulations, I can recommend Agnes + Day strongly.”
– Franky Saegerman, NATO

“We brought together our legal, PR, communications, digital and staff engagement teams for nearly two days. Melissa guided our topics in such an engaging way driving us to tap what we already knew and to discover what was lacking in our current process and guidelines. This training session brought us together in such an effective way that not one person regretted the commitment we made to learn. Thank you, Melissa, for bringing a complex topic to us in a way that encouraged debate, hands-on experience and helped us make decisions.” – Jan Walther, YMCA of the USA