TateAustin stuffs its hi-tech purse with local wins worth dollars 250k

AUSTIN: TateAustin Public Relations has won four new hi-tech accounts over the course of the last month, which will enrich the agency’s coffers to the tune of at least dollars 250,000 annually.

AUSTIN: TateAustin Public Relations has won four new hi-tech accounts over the course of the last month, which will enrich the agency’s coffers to the tune of at least dollars 250,000 annually.

AUSTIN: TateAustin Public Relations has won four new hi-tech

accounts over the course of the last month, which will enrich the

agency’s coffers to the tune of at least dollars 250,000 annually.



The new clients are: Ed-X.com, which offers Internet-based learning

courses; the IC2 Institute, described by Tate-Austin VP Jack Taylor as a

’think and do’ tank; Tmanage, a supplier of telecommuting systems for

Fortune 1000 companies and large government agencies; and Amicus

Networks, which provides online communication for the financial services

industry.



The Austin-based companies chose the local firm as their agency of

record in order to maintain a local presence while expanding their

national reputation.



’Technology is the driving force in Austin right now, and we’re gaining

more of a reputation in the Austin hi-tech community,’ Taylor said.



While specific PR plans for each of the new clients have not yet been

formulated, Taylor said that the firm will handle a major product launch

for Amicus in coming months.



Other TateAustin clients include Whole Foods Market and Samsung

Semiconductor.



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