Erin Hatfield has joined DPR Group, Inc., a leading public relations agency, as an account executive in the company's North Carolina office. DPR Group is currently recruiting high-end professionals to support growing demand for its operations in the public relations sector worldwide. Hatfield will manage the technical development of complex writing projects and media-related projects for accounts and other departments. Before joining DPR, Hatfield served as an account executive at a public relations agency managing the development and implementation of public relations campaigns. Her client portfolio spanned the computer graphics, IT, and electronics industries. Most recently, she was a freelance technical writer for medical-coding publications providing public and media relations services for the electronics industry. Established in 1998, DPR Group is a full-service agency dedicated to providing public relations and marketing support services to diverse technology companies.
Carabiner Communications implements social media communications programs
Carabiner Communications has broadened its technology-PR offerings by implementing programs that facilitate search engine optimization and social media communications. The company now delivers search engine optimization, podcasting, videocasting, blog and wiki management, and online newsroom services to help clients gain insight into the Internet's possibilities. Carabiner's search engine optimization and social media communications programs include social networking tools that enable one-time or ongoing programs designed to strengthen connections with media outlets and consumers. Moreover, the agency offers a unique keyword-identification program that provides online market analysis and implementation as well as keyword- and key phrase-campaign monitoring. Carabiner Communications was founded in 2004 by technology marketing expert Peter Baron and specializes in providing marketing and public relations services to technology companies.
Sanyo signs on with new public relations agency
Sanyo Fisher Company has hired a new public relations agency: Noyd Communications. The move was fueled by Noyd's reputation for being reliable and its novel methods for yielding successful results. The agency will look after Sanyo's presentation technologies division. Sanyo produces and sells entertainment and multimedia, business and home appliances, and wireless and electronic devices; it ranks among the world's leading companies. Apart from public relations, Noyd Communications will manage other promotional communications matters, including advertising, for Sanyo. In addition to Sanyo, Noyd's clients include Microtek USA, Vizio, Sherwood America, and Ultralink/XLO Products.
Thai government interested in U.S. PR firm
An American public relations firm will be appointed by Thailand's government to revamp the image of strategies implemented by the nation's military-based leadership. Although the firm's name has not yet been disclosed, the Thai government has declared it will make a monthly payment of $200,000 (€147,000) to the firm for three months. The Thai embassy is expected to sign an agreement with the unidentified American PR firm soon. The policies of the government of Thailand have been facing criticism across the globe.
Paul Wilmot Communications signs contract with OmniReliant
OmniReliant Corporation and PR firm Paul Wilmot Communications have signed a three-year contract. The contract establishes New York-based Paul Wilmont Communications as the public relations firm for OmniReliant. OmniReliant is known for manufacturing and trading reasonably priced luxury goods worldwide. The company also sells its goods online. Wilmot will focus on the opening of Kathy Hilton Personal Beauty Spa, a new venture undertaken by OmniReliant. Paul Wilmot Communications is a leading firm well-versed in the fields of fashion, beauty, lifestyles, and unique events; it counts many esteemed brands as clients.