Neale-May Acquires Bicoastal Tech Boutique
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Neale-May Acquires Bicoastal Tech Boutique

ExcitePR, a boutique technology public relations firm with offices in New York and San Francisco, is merging its operations into Neale-May & Partners, one of the largest independent technology PR agencies in the country.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK, September 21—ExcitePR, a boutique technology public relations firm with offices in New York and San Francisco, is merging its operations into Neale-May & Partners, one of the largest independent technology PR agencies in the country. Excite will add its $2 million in fees to the $15 million of revenues from Neale-May’s existing operations in Silicon Valley, San Francisco and New York.
 
Excite, which is two years old specializes in providing early stage technology companies with the strategic counsel, ideas and tactical support needed to help them operate under volatile and changing marketplace conditions. Clients include Diginexus, eChalk, eFrenzy, HP World, MaterialNet, Siemens and XUMA.
 
Miranda Tan, president and founder of ExcitePR will join the Neale-May executive team as a vice president.  She will be based in Neale-May’s New York office and will work on business development and strategic partnering along with president and founder Donovan Neale-May and Don Scott, senior vice president and general manager of the New York office.
 
“ExcitePR was seeking a partner to expand its global footprint and to better serves its clients,” says Tan. “Neale-May proved to be the ideal fit, both in terms of resources and organizational culture. It has an exceptional reputation, experienced top management, a strong global network and deep understanding of technology.”
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