Principal Megan Braverman recently joined Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) and Fallen Fruit at MacArthur Park in Los Angeles to remove damaged and rotting trees and replant fresh fruit trees around the neighborhood in an initiative known as the Urban Fruit Trails project. Fallen Fruit has been mapping and planting fruit in cities around the world since 2004, providing often-overlooked urban communities with public walking trails lined by fruit trees. It has transformed the neighborhood of MacArthur Park with more than 150-fruit trees by sustaining, nurturing and harvesting the trees throughout the years. Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) is an … Continue Reading
Missed this year’s Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference? In Berbay’s most recent webinar, Managing Principal Sharon Berman discusses the key factors for measuring marketing ROI, how to captivate audiences and how to build a better marketing program. View webinar here.
Berbay Marketing & PR launched its “Cultural Camaraderie” program with a team visit to the historic Hollyhock House. The Hollyhock House, known for its breathtaking views of the Hollywood Hills and its Mayan Revival architectural style, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for oil heiress Aline Barnsdall in the early 1900s. The freshly restored complex now serves as the centerpiece of Barnsdall Art Park in Hollywood. Berbay’s Cultural Camraderie program focuses on exploring the vibrant culture that is Los Angeles as a stimulus for innovative thinking and creativity, as well as on looking at ways to give back to the community.