FitzGerald Adds 12 New Accounts
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FitzGerald Adds 12 New Accounts

FitzGerald Communications, a leading independent high-tech PR agency, has added 12 new clients to its growing roster. The assignments include integrated corporate communications and investor relations programs.

Paul Holmes

BOSTON, October 10—FitzGerald Communications, a leading independent high-tech PR agency, has added 12 new clients to its growing roster. The assignments include integrated corporate communications and investor relations programs, company and product launches, crisis counsel and global communications work and are the result of a focused business development effort by the agency during the second and third quarters.
 
FitzGerald has added the following new clients in Boston: Chrysalis-ITS Incorporated, a leader in building trust products for e-business; CONSUL Risk Management, a worldwide IT security software provider; Lernout & Hauspie’s speech and language technologies; Modus Media, which provides supply chain management services; Online Assistant, a property information delivery engine; Platypus, which provides secure solid state storage systems; Tallan, which provides business-critical applications services; TopCoder, which organizes and hosts programming competitions for its members
 
In New York City, the firm has added: e-peopleserve, a joint venture between British Telecom and Accenture; and Signature BioScience, which has developed a revolutionary detection technology for use in drug discovery and development.
 
In San Francisco, the firm has added IndigoVision, a leading supplier of video intellectual property to major semiconductor and product manufacturers worldwide. And in Washington, D.C., the firm has added Exent, a leader in developing software-on-demand technology that delivers computer software programs over IP networks for use in advanced telecom, broadband and enterprise services.
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