E-Stamp places its PR into review

SAN MATEO, CA: E-Stamp, whose successful national roll-out last summer made the PRWeek Awards shortlist for Hi-Tech Campaign of the Year, has surprisingly put its PR account up for review.

SAN MATEO, CA: E-Stamp, whose successful national roll-out last summer made the PRWeek Awards shortlist for Hi-Tech Campaign of the Year, has surprisingly put its PR account up for review.

SAN MATEO, CA: E-Stamp, whose successful national roll-out last

summer made the PRWeek Awards shortlist for Hi-Tech Campaign of the

Year, has surprisingly put its PR account up for review.



The move ends a nearly three-year relationship with Interactive Public

Relations (IPR), which has handled the company’s PR since its

launch.



Both sides described the split as amicable and said the divorce was a

mutual decision. E-Stamp’s PR business is valued at between dollars

350,000 and dollars 480,000 in annualized fees.



E-Stamp director of communications Gina Aumiller would not disclose the

agencies she has contacted to replace IPR, conceding only that the

company has approached most of the major-name agencies.



The first firm approved by the US Postal Service to sell postage online,

E-Stamp is now expanding into shipping and online supplies.



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