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From corporate advertising and identity to direct response and digital, we strategize, write, design, program and execute to motivate response that achieves your

business objectives.

Communication as a catalyst for results.

This is Catalyst Communications.


Different challenges require different catalysts. Sometimes it’s a look. Sometimes, a turn of phrase. Sometimes, an irresistibly presented offer. Most of the time, it’s a combination of orchestrated stimuli that evoke the desired response. And always, it’s the right message at the right time.



We love what we do...so do our clients





Hopkins Medicine


At Westminster

Mercy Health Foundation came to Catalyst to build awareness and raise money to support the new Family Childbirth and Children’s Center at Mercy Medical Center, a new birthplace for Baltimore’s babies.

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With the service menu and pricing at parity, set by the Department of Defense, the success of a military healthcare program rests on the quality of service delivery and on marketing.   See The Campaign...

A study abroad alternative in the snowy mountains of Utah, “Winter @ Westminster” offers college skiing enthusiasts the semester of a lifetime.   See The Campaign...



July 2019

We were so lucky to see Hamilton at the Hippodrome in Baltimore and so proud to see our ad for Johns Hopkins Medicine on the back cover of the Playbill.

March 2019

Nathan Scott, public affairs manager with Entercomm Radio, interviews Howard County Conservancy Executive Director Meg Boyd about the “Take a Pass on Plastics” campaign and how local residents can make simple changes in their everyday routines that can help save our fragile environment.  Catalyst worked with the Conservancy to develop and promote the “Take a Pass on Plastic” campaign.

December 2018

What Advertisers Want to Know About Programmatic

With an expected $46 billion dollars dedicated to programmatic buying, more marketers are seeking answers on top concerns regarding the space. AdWeek pulled together a list of top questions and answers to marketers’ most pressing curiosities, including how media can be measured, how supply strategy can be improved and how programmatic ad spend will or should be split between RTB buying vs PMP deals.

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