360JMG Latest to Launch Clean Tech Practice
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360JMG Latest to Launch Clean Tech Practice

360JMG, a Washington -based advertising, direct mail, new media and public relations has joined the parade of communications agencies launching alternative energy and clean tech practices.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C. — 360JMG, a Washington -based advertising, direct mail, new media and public relations has joined the parade of communications agencies launching alternative energy and clean tech practices. The firm will offer its full suite of services to companies and organizations that research, develop or trade in alternative energies and clean technologies.

The practice will support sectors including wind, hydropower, fuel cells, geothermal, solar,clean fuels and electric motors. It will also offer marketing communications services for environmentally responsible consumer products and services related to transportation, agriculture, manufacturing, nanotechnology and water treatment and safety.

Max Brown, partner and co-founder, says he sees clean technology as “the decisive development in the global economy. With the instability of petroleum producing nations and the negative environmental effects of fossil fuel consumption, the demand for alternative fuels is becoming increasingly evident. It’s also clear that consumers and organizations are demanding ever higher levels of environmental protection measures froM all sectors of the economy with whom they do business.”

Brown, who will head the Alternative Energy/Clean Tech Practice, was a Clinton Administration appointee at the U.S. General Services Administration in the 90s.

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