Bliss Holding Group is moving into a 26,000-square-foot space in the Helmsley Building, a 34-story, Beaux-Arts style building at 230 Park Avenue in midtown Manhattan. Bliss, which has signed a 10-year lease on the space, is scheduled to move from its current offices at 500 Park Avenue this summer. Purchased by real estate owner, manager, and developer RXR in 2017, the building has since undergone extensive renovation. RXR will provide Bliss with a private entrance lobby. “Their presence will be a great addition to the wide range of firms who occupy this iconic building,” said William Elder, EVP and Managing Director of New York City Leasing at RXR.


PhillComm Global is launched by former CMW Media chief growth officer and RLM Public Relations COO Jon Lindsay Phillips. The integrated communications firm will work primarily with B2B companies in such sectors as web3, fintech, traditional financial services, payments, AI/voice, new media, sustainability/green energy, trust/privacy, SaaS, adtech, edtech, cannabis/hemp and medtech. PhillComm, which will have offices in New York City and Savannah, GA, begins operations with a client roster that includes out-of-home streaming company Loop Media, addiction treatment firm BioCorRx and blockchain tech startup Exidio. “Jon’s understanding of both the consumer and enterprise use cases for privacy and peer-to-peer networks makes him an incredible asset,” said Exidio co-founder and CEO Dan Edlebeck.


Concepts Communications makes a commitment to spread awareness about the importance of including disability in workplace diversity, equity and inclusion plans throughout the month of March. The agency will be posting information about disability inclusion on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. It is also encouraging other employers to follow suit in spreading the “Disability is Diversity” message. “As a disabled-owned communications firm who advocates for disability-inclusive workforces every day, we understand the importance of the Disability is Diversity campaign,” said company President Karen Herson. “We hope to influence companies to additionally raise awareness and we will continue to advocate for the inclusion of people with disabilities in DEI efforts as well as having a seat at the decision-making table.”