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Holmes Report 24 Aug 2007 // 11:00PM GMTDukas Public Relations founder and president Richard Dukas has more than two decades of experience in the public relations business, working in-house (most recently as director of corporate communications for Amerindo, a technology investment management firm) and with leading agencies (Ruder Finn and Morgen-Walke) and strong credentials in financial communications—particularly media relations. So in its four years, Dukas PR has garnered a reputation as a small firm capable of getting “under the hood” of its clients’ business to understand what makes the tick and subsequently generating big top-tier media results. “It’s the Media Matters,” says the firm in its marketing material—a double entendre that signifies an understand that clients want media results, but that the focus must be on getting the right message into the most appropriate media venues.
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