More NewsBravo! Marketing Signs Three Accounts

Bravo! Marketing Signs Three Accounts

Bravo! Marketing, a high-techintegrated marketing communications firm, signed three new to its publicrelations client roster: MiX media, Wireless Online and Document RepositoryInc. (DRI).

Bravo! Marketing, a high-tech integrated marketing communications firm, signed three new to its public relations client roster: MiX media, Wireless Online and Document Repository Inc. (DRI).

“Our non-agency approach to marketing which blends vision, analysis and communication has done a lot to attract companies to our firm,” said Rick Scherle, co-founder and executive vice president of Bravo!. “By acting as a consultant to our clients and focusing on identifying and pursuing media opportunities, we can help them to build awareness within target audiences and create market leadership.”

Bravo! is implementing branding and public relations programs consisting of strategic counseling and positioning, media relations and an industry analysts program for each client. Billings were not disclosed.

For Wireless Online and DRI, Bravo! is also providing special event and trade show assistance.

MiX media is a high-end e-commerce Web site development shop, specializing in electronic media solutions that help businesses build and manage their customer relationships. Wireless Online provides smart antenna technology for the paging industry.

Document Repository provides litigation support services, with more than 60 million pages of documents managed at DRI’s four separate facilities. In May of this year, the company introduced Internet-based document hosting for the legal profession with its online litigation management system, CaseCentral.com.

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