Weber/Palo Alto grabs hi-tech biz

PALO ALTO, CA: In keeping with the west coast hi-tech industry’s seemingly permanent expansion mode, Weber’s Palo Alto branch celebrated the start of 2000 with five new accounts worth more than dollars 3 million in annualized fee revenue.

PALO ALTO, CA: In keeping with the west coast hi-tech industry’s seemingly permanent expansion mode, Weber’s Palo Alto branch celebrated the start of 2000 with five new accounts worth more than dollars 3 million in annualized fee revenue.

PALO ALTO, CA: In keeping with the west coast hi-tech industry’s

seemingly permanent expansion mode, Weber’s Palo Alto branch celebrated

the start of 2000 with five new accounts worth more than dollars 3

million in annualized fee revenue.



Joining the firm’s client roster are Rhythms Net-connections, an

Englewood, CO-based DSL provider that shifted its PR business from

Access Communications to Weber in October; and Ecast, a start-up that

markets an Internet entertainment system designed for bars and

restaurants.



Earlier last year, Weber also landed Micron Electronic’s estimated

dollars 1.5 million PR business (PRWeek, Aug. 23), as well as

electronics technology provider iReady Corp. and Tachyon, which provides

satellite-based Internet access. While Tachyon had not previously

employed an agency of record, Micron worked with Krause Taylor

Associates and iReady with Roeder-Johnson.



With a hearty stable of business-to-business clients and 65 full-time

employees, Weber/Palo Alto is one of the most profitable branches of the

Cambridge-based firm.



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