Fuse Advertising

MARKETING

Founded in 1993, Final Phase Marketing, Inc. (FPM) provides a comprehensive range of contract compliance, workforce development and communications support services to local, regional and federal governmental agencies and corporations. A certified DBE/M/WBE firm and shareholder of FUSE, the 8th largest African American owned advertising agency in the country.

As an end to end solution provider, we offer services that take you from the beginning to the end of your workflow that includes an innovative cloud-based tracker to manage your data and metrics in real time.

With offices in St. Louis and Washington, DC., our in-house resource base coupled with nationally recognized strategic partnerships provide expert capabilities in the field of strategic communications and management consulting services – offering the broadest range of professional services of any single minority owned firm.

SERVICES

Strategic Planning

Program/Project Management

Contract Compliance/Governance

Contract Support Services

Workforce Development

Disparity Study Support Services

Government Relations

Public Affairs

Community Outreach & Engagement

Public Relations

Web/Digital Development

TRACK RECORD

FPM Communications has managed more than $70 million in communications programs annually over the last 15 years.

 

Our projects have ranged in size from managing the Public and Community Outreach for the $1.6 billion Lambert International Airport Expansion, to managing a MBE Development and Community Outreach program for the $100 million Blumeyer Hope VI Housing Development funded by HUD, managing the $75 million Scott Carver Hope VI in Liberty City, Florida and currently the $2 billion Anacostia Waterfront Initiative in the District of Columbia.

CLIENTS

Anacostia Waterfront Initiative (AWI)

 

District of Columbia Projects

Department of Behavioral Health

Events DC

DC Business Center

 

World of Coca Cola Museum

 

Lambert St. Louis International Airport

 

Federal Government Hope VI Projects

 

Construction of the FedEx Forum