Schwartz Communications Named 2006 Technology Agency of the Year
The Holmes Report Recognizes Schwartz for Growth, International Expansion and Media Expertise
Tue, April 03, 2007
WALTHAM, Mass.—Schwartz Communications today announced that it was named the 2006 Technology Agency of the Year by the editors of The Holmes Report, a leading newsletter for the public relations industry.
Schwartz was recognized by The Holmes Report for its 22 percent revenue growth, the opening of its first international office in Stockholm, new media initiatives, and its consistent ability to deliver “a high volume of on-target, on-message media coverage that moves the needle in terms of awareness and understanding and is particularly effective in helping smaller, more nimble, entrepreneurial companies level the playing field against larger, big-budget competitors.”
“Public relations needs to generate quantifiable business results and that is what Schwartz has focused on for the past 16 years,” said Steve Schwartz, president of Schwartz Communications. “This was a banner year for Schwartz Communications and we are honored to be named the Technology Agency of the Year.”
Schwartz will be presented with the award at The Holmes Report annual awards dinner on May 8, 2007, at the Sheraton New York.