We don’t just make things look pretty. We get results.
The mission of Cuny Communications is to inspire success by developing creative, strategic, and dynamic marketing and communications solutions. From brochures and websites to market analyses and press releases, we develop and implement customized marketing and communications tools that support our clients in reaching their desired business objectives. Specializing in the Native community and economic development field, we have helped our clients streamline their communications, build reputable brands, and raise their profile on a statewide and national basis.
Whether your organization is just starting out, evaluating its current state of affairs, or looking to broaden its horizons, our comprehensive suite of products and services meets your every marketing and communications need. With a thorough understanding of the business of nonprofits and first-hand experience in Native communities, Cuny Communications develops effective strategies to support the growth of your business and maximize your community impact.
Heidi Cuny established Cuny Communications in September 2010 as an individually owned and operated consulting firm. We began with a website project for the South Dakota Indian Business Alliance and quickly gained clients to include the Native CDFI Network, a national coalition formed to unite the Native CDFI industry, and Four Bands Community Fund, an award-winning Native CDFI located in Eagle Butte, South Dakota. As the company established itself as a quality provider of marketing and communications products and services, its clientele and menu of services continued to grow.
In January 2012, Cuny Communications officially began to operate as a limited liability company (LLC) with Heidi Cuny and Ethan Cuny as its members. We currently have an active client base of organizations that are key players in the Native economic development field, and provide a broad range of services related to research and planning, visual communications, press and media relations, and capacity building and training.