H&K Adds $1m of New Tech Business
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H&K Adds $1m of New Tech Business

Hill & Knowlton's New York technology practice has added new clients worth more than $1 million in 2002, including Inrange Technologies and Bowne Global Solutions.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK, April 12—Hill & Knowlton's New York technology practice has added new clients worth more than $1 million in 2002. Among the recent additions to the client base are Inrange Technologies Corp., the world leader in scalable storage networking solutions, and Bowne Global Solutions, the world’s leading provider of globalization and localization services.
 
Other client work from the past year includes international consumer outreach for c2it by Citibank, the online money-transfer unit of the financial services conglomerate; influencer seeding programs for Microsoft’s WindowsXP launch; the launch of the dot-info top-level domain for Afilias; media and analyst relations for web application-management leader Aptegrity; corporate strategy and product launches for Hill and Knowlton global clients Motorola andCompaq; and building a US name for overseas companies such as Canadian-based March Networks.
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