Citigate to launch Technology Sales Leads through UK

Citigate Technology has won an account to help the company

Technology Sales Leads launch throughout the UK.



The agency is to raise the profile of the company, which works with

technology companies' sales departments, finding new business leads

across a number of vertical markets.



The idea is to allow sales executives to concentrate on closing

deals.



Jean Maxwell, the Citigate Technology director who leads the account

team, said: 'We will be trying to get people to know about them,

targeting marketing magazines with releases, placing articles and doing

media interviews with the company's executives'.



Technology Sales Leads has bases in London, Boston and Carlow,

Ireland.



The appointment followed discussions between the client and a number of

agencies, although there was not a formal pitch process.



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