Regan Communications Group picks up real estate advisory and investment firm Senné. It will work with Senné to proactively generate awareness of its service offerings, which include buyer and seller residential services, commercial advisory, capital markets advisory, property management, construction, design and development as well as policy advocacy and analysis. Regan will also leverage and highlight Senné’s thought leaders and support the firm’s commitment to the community. “To achieve our goals, we sought an agency partner who not only understands how we go to market through tangible client relationships but also understands how to communicate our story effectively and powerfully,” said Senné president and CEO William Senné.

Koa Health

SourceCode Communications partners with London-based strategic technology communications consultancy Missive to oversee global communications for Koa Health, a digital mental healthcare solutions company. Both Missive and SourceCode will work to raise the profile of Koa Health with its core audience of healthcare providers, employers and insurers in the UK and US. Their efforts will include media, influencer and stakeholder relations, as well as digital and social media strategy. Their first assignment was coordinating Koa Health’s spin out from Alpha, the “moonshot factory” (i.e., tech innovation project) run by Spanish telecom company Telefonica. “SourceCode is a great US counterpart to Missive and they have started strongly out of the blocks with our spin out. I’m looking forward to working with them and with SourceCode as we enter a new chapter of growth and expansion,” said Koa Health strategy director and head of ethics Ollie Smith.


Propheta Communications adds QuickFee., a provider of payment and lending solutions for professional service firms, to its roster of fintech clients. Previously established in Australia, QuickFee. hired the Propheta team to launch their service line in the North American market. Other fintech clients that Propheta has worked with include The Bitcoin Association,, iPawn and AppEagle.