Brandstyle Communications, the New York-based integrated communications agency playing a role in the success of dynamic Technology and Consumer companies, announced that it has named veteran publicity executive Amy Prenner to serve as SVP New Business & Strategy, where she will expand business opportunities on the West Coast.
Prenner most recently served as SVP National Publicity at Allied Global Marketing where she was responsible for overseeing new business and publicity efforts for the agency’s film, television, streaming and brand clients, and along with heading up National Publicity teams in Los Angeles and New York. Her clients included the Infinity Film Festival, a 2019 Academy Awards campaign for John Travolta for his leading role in “The Fanatic,” Elf on the Shelf, Riot Games, Studio Movie Grill, Hulu’s “Into the Dark, (season one)” the Blumhouse Anthology, Telemundo’s “La Reina del Sur,” El Rey Networks, the Saudi Arabian venture company Seven, The Golden Screen Awards, Nat Geo’s Sharkfest at Comic Con and Cirque du Solei’s Amaluna and Luzia.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to collaborate with so many talented individuals at Brandstyle and their growing roster of clients,” said Prenner. “I look forward to working with and expanding upon the company’s portfolio across the entertainment and lifestyle industries.”
“Amy comes to Brandstyle with a solid reputation within the industry as someone that understands how to service clients with relevant and strategic campaigns,” said Zoe Weisberg Coady, CEO and Founder. “I’m confident that her expertise will help in every project and opportunity across our portfolio of award-winning brands while maintaining our company Principles that guide us in everything we do: Urgency, Creativity, Spirit and Solutions.”
Over her 20-plus year career, Prenner has developed an extensive network of high-level media contacts and has an extraordinary eye for strategy leading her clients to win Emmy and Academy Award nominations and high-profile accolades. As the principal role of her own agency, The Prenner Group, Prenner has worked with many cable networks including Epix, AMC Networks, Starz, Syfy, GSN, Freeform, Travel Channel, USA Networks and Fuse, launching many series on their behalf. She has also consulted on Emmy campaigns for NBC hits such as “The Office,” “Parks and Recreation,” and “America’s Got Talent,” and has worked to secure placements and awareness at major film and television festivals for a variety of clients, with presence at The Oscars, the Emmys, Television Critics Tour, Comic Con, The Sundance Film Festival, and Cannes Film Festival. Prenner has also worked with EPIX season 1-unit publicity for the original series “Get Shorty”, and handled publicity efforts on behalf of the Lumiere Society including their annual awards event and VR Conference (“VR On The Lot”).
In addition to her entertainment clients, Prenner has also worked with hospitality and restaurant brands, including helping to launch restaurants such as The Larchmont Grill and Church & State. She has also worked with national charity organizations including BabyQuest, Life Rolls On, and the Reverse Rett Foundation.