Berry & Company Public Relations
345 Seventh Avenue, Suite 402, New York, NY 10001

The Right Experience for Every Engagement

Public Relations Experience

Over the past 20+ years Berry & Company clients have included established and emerging leaders in all areas of healthcare and medical research. In every engagement, our goal is to build a partnership that positions us to meet each client's needs with superior precision and insight. It is a formula that has helped us establish and maintain many lasting service relationships. More than 50% of our business today is with clients who have been with us for at least five years. For several of our clients, we have provided ongoing PR support for more than a decade.

We are a good fit for clients of any size and at any stage in their growth. We understand the communications needs of development stage companies. For many, we are the first public relations agency they have ever used. We have also been chosen by leading global companies in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and medical devices. They appreciate our responsiveness and efficiency, with access to our senior team of professionals who are actively engaged in their account every day.

Broad Experience in Healthcare

  • cardiovascular disease
  • oncology
  • immunology
  • surgical practice
  • infectious disease
  • pain management
  • reproductive medicine
  • sexual health
  • aging
  • rare and ultra-orphan disease
  • genetic disease
  • wound management
  • infection control
  • respiratory disease
  • personalized and targeted medicine
  • regenerative medicine and cellular therapy
  • multiple sclerosis
  • diabetes
  • hemostasis
  • biomedical research
  • diagnostics
  • drug delivery technology
  • laboratory sample preparation and handling
  • surgical equipment and instruments
  • tissue processing and cell therapy manufacturing
  • IVF and advanced reproductive technologies
  • blood management
  • biosynthetic surgical materials
  • ostomy

Recent Projects


Building Awareness of an "Under the Radar" Health Issue

Walking impairment and multiple sclerosis

Traditional Media

Maximizing Attention for Disruptive Technologies

Cerapedics introduces the first bone graft approved for use in the cervical spine

Social Media

Building a Community on Social Media

Putting a rare disease "on the map"

Traditional Media

Maximizing the News Potential for a Product Development Program and Launch

Communications support through the regulatory approval process