About Angela Rea PR

Credentials

Angela Rea PR is a small, agile public relations consultancy comprising the Principal, Angela Rea, and a roster of talented associates. Based just west of Toronto, Canada, we focus on serving small and medium-sized businesses, not-for-profits and the IT sector.  We bring clients broad and deep PR experience, a results-oriented approach, reasonable rates and a track record of success.

Prior to launching her own business, Angela spent more than twenty years managing media and corporate communications for some of the most well-known organizations in Canada and the UK including Bell Mobility, the Ontario Government, the London Docklands Development Corporation, and British retail giant, Chelsea Girl. Most recently, her ten years with Hewlett-Packard provided her with a wealth of high-tech PR experience and a strong network of Canadian business and IT journalists.

Over the years, Angela has led successful PR campaigns for businesses large and small. She has generated positive coverage in major Canadian media such as - The Globe and Mail, National Post, The Toronto Star, Canadian Business, Macleans and the CBC, as well as in leading British publications - The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Economist and numerous other newspapers and magazines around the world.

Angela's work has spanned diverse communications programs including those designed to: announce new products, services, alliances and customer wins; increase executive visibility; promote best practices in corporate social responsibility and environmental stewardship; publicize new community amenities; encourage women to take up non-traditional occupations; launch flagship retail outlets; commemorate the start of work on landmark buildings; provide the facts about cellular phones and safety; and manage press corps for visiting dignitaries and political leaders – such as the Prime Minister of Singapore and Chicago’s Mayor Daley

She is most proud of her work handling Canadian media relations for the largest IT merger in history, and for leading media relations during a communications crisis concerning SARS in the workplace.