From the day she first entered a TV newsroom with her broadcaster father at the age of 6, Madelaine Hatch has been a news junkie. Today she puts that passion to work for clients who are looking for a better way to tell their story.
Focus on…Story Telling
As the principal of Granville Communications, Madelaine provides public relations and marketing services to public and private sector clients. Whether it’s a video, website, advertising or media relations, clients depend on Madelaine’s creativity, enthusiasm and results-oriented approach.
When a client wants media profile, Madelaine designs and executes local, national and international campaigns that deliver front page coverage. When a client wants increased visibility with Canadian business leaders, Madelaine develops creative approaches that incorporate speaking engagements and videos. When a non-profit client undergoes a complete rebranding, they look to Madelaine to lead the process.
With over 30 years of diverse business experience, Madelaine is known as a steadfast, reliable and dedicated professional who is at her creative best in a fast-paced work environment. Both a team player and a leader, she motivates and empowers others to perform at their very best.
Whether you’re looking for a higher profile with customers, trying to build membership or donations or trying to figure out how to rejuvenate outdated marketing materials, Madelaine puts her talent and team to work for you. Her network of trusted and award winning associates bring expertise in graphic design, writing, photography, videography and social media.
A passionate traveller who loves adventure, Madelaine’s favourite life experiences include skydiving with her son, getting up close with the running of the bulls in Pamplona, hiking the West Coast Trail and living in Australia for a year. One of her earliest adventures involved living and working in Iran, at a time when this was extraordinary for a Canadian woman.
Madelaine brings this same adventuresome spirit to her work with clients – always looking for new and better ways of achieving results through communications.