Gateway Taps Schwartz to Reach Business Markets
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Gateway Taps Schwartz to Reach Business Markets

Schwartz Communications, one of the nation’s largest independent technology PR firms, has been retained by Gateway to develop and execute strategic public relations plans to drive sales for the company’s business-focused products.

Paul Holmes

SAN FRANCISCO—Schwartz Communications, one of the nation’s largest independent technology PR firms, has been retained by Gateway to develop and execute strategic public relations plans to build visibility and drive sales for the company’s business-focused products, services and initiatives.

Schwartz Communications’ San Francisco office will develop and execute public relations programs for Gateway’s business-to-business unit, targeting the small and medium business, government, education and corporate market sectors.

“Building the profile of Gateway Business is a key priority as we transform Gateway as a whole into a branded integrator of personalized technology solutions,” said Brad Williams, director of communications for Gateway. “The Schwartz team has the breadth and depth to help us tell the Gateway Business story to media and industry analysts, and ultimately to build our profile in the business, government and education markets.”

 

SAN FRANCISCO—The west coast office of Schwartz Communications has added three new accounts: Ensenda, a leading nationwide same day delivery service; Q Navigator, a workforce procurement and management software and outsourcing solutions company; and Netli, a networking start-up.

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