Archive for the ‘Tech Industry’ Category

6 Tools Every PR Professional Should Know About

The public relations industry is often characterized as fast-paced, stressful and always-on. With the proper tools, however, many day-to day tasks that are traditionally time-intensive or seemingly mundane can be simplified, freeing up time for the more strategic, creative and … Continue reading

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Bateman Group’s Client Spotlight 4.4.14

Like the newly discovered water vapor bursting out of Encephalus, one of Saturn’s many moons, so too did the deeply held beliefs of Mozilla’s CEO, Brendan Eich emerge to the surface. Truth can only stay hidden so long before it … Continue reading

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Bateman Group by the Numbers

“All work, no play is the best,” said no one ever. Part of the fun of working at the 2013 Communications Agency of the Year is getting great results for our clients. The other part is quarterly beirut tournaments (wrongly … Continue reading

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BATEMAN GROUP’S CLIENT SPOTLIGHT 3.7.14

Sunlight lingers longer and longer as pollen kissed winds descend upon lands beleaguered by a preternaturally biting winter. Take a moment to savor this natural respite as you reflect upon times gone by, and upon completion, check out the latest … Continue reading

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In the shadow of the NSA scandal, big data, mobile and cloud are the runaway hits of RSA 2014

  I was asked to give my perspective on what the trends at RSA Conference 2014 last week portend for marketing and communications the rest of the year. You may not like what I have to say, because you’ve heard … Continue reading

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Bateman Group’s Backdoor Party at RSA Was the Place to Be!

Bateman Group Director of Content & Media Strategy Elinor Mills conceptualized, planned and hosted what turned out to be one of the premier see and be seen events at this year’s RSA Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Continue reading

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