Canadian Firm Adds Scottish Client, Opens U.S. Office
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Canadian Firm Adds Scottish Client, Opens U.S. Office

inmedia Public Relations, a public relations agency exclusively focused on the business-to-business technology sector has won the Graham Technology account in Scotland, where it has operated since late last year, and has opened an office in Boston.

Paul Holmes

OTTAWA—inmedia Public Relations, a public relations agency exclusively focused on the business-to-business technology sector has won the Graham Technology account in Scotland, where it has operated since late last year, and has opened an office in Boston.

Graham Technology, Scotland’s largest privately-held software company, selected inmedia to conduct the North American and European launch of its new product, ciboodle, a flexible customer relationship management package for multi-channel contact centres. Graham Technology is the first major piece of business inmedia has won in Scotland since consultant Danny Sullivan relocated back to his home country late last year. 

At the same time, Indrani Ray-Ghosal, another longtime consultant with the agency, is further expanding inmedia’s footprint by opening an office in Boston.

“Our Boston office is yet another example of our continuing commitment to our clients who, in the main, need to address U.S. markets,” says managing partner Francis Moran. “Having Indrani in Boston will now assuage those few who still believe that if their primary market is in the U.S., then their PR efforts must be based there.”

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