Boston’s Dimond rumored for sale

BOSTON: Big firms looking to increase their Boston hi-tech presence may have one more agency to put on their shopping list. Dimond Communications Group, a small firm that focuses on companies in the process of birth, rebirth, or repositioning, is said to be on the block.

BOSTON: Big firms looking to increase their Boston hi-tech presence may have one more agency to put on their shopping list. Dimond Communications Group, a small firm that focuses on companies in the process of birth, rebirth, or repositioning, is said to be on the block.

BOSTON: Big firms looking to increase their Boston hi-tech presence

may have one more agency to put on their shopping list. Dimond

Communications Group, a small firm that focuses on companies in the

process of birth, rebirth, or repositioning, is said to be on the

block.



One source suggested that Dimond president Arthur Dimond, who has worked

in PR for more than 25 years, may be looking to get out of the business,

and that if a sale occurs, the potential buyer would be another local

agency.



When asked about sale rumors, Dimond would only say that he is

considering his options. He added that the issue would be resolved some

time this month.



While Dimond refused to disclose any details about his shop, its Web

site lists only five employees and 10 current clients, among them laser

systems developer Candela Corp., foreign language services provider

Harvard Translations and Miros, a developer of personal identification

systems based on face recognition.



Dimond Communications Group was founded in 1989.



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