Technology public relations and integrated communications agency Alloy today announced that it has been named Technology PR Agency of the Year by Bulldog Reporter, one of the most prestigious communications industry trade publications and a leading provider of media intelligence to agencies and corporate communicators. Alloy was selected by a group of award-winning journalists – including a Pulitzer Prize Winner – from prestigious media outlets, including the Washington Post, USA Today and The Oregonian. These media influencers oversee Bulldog’s rigorous three-round judging process before determining the winners.
“Alloy is fundamentally disrupting the standard for which tech PR agencies from Silicon Alley to Silicon Valley conduct business,” said Anna Ruth Williams, founder and CEO of Alloy. “We started out as a one-person tech PR firm to serve Atlanta’s burgeoning tech scene. In the years since, our high standard of excellence has resulted in a diverse roster of more than 20 clients headquartered across 4 continents and client retention and employee satisfaction rates that far exceed the industry standards. We’re thankful to the judges for recognizing that what we’re doing is special.”
Alloy in 2016: A Banner Year for Awards & Recognition
Technology Public Relations Agency of the Year recognition concludes a banner year of awards for the tech PR and marcomm agency. In November, Alloy was named a TOP Places to Work in PR by PR News in what that organization cited as its most competitive year for entries ever. The month prior, Alloy earned recognition as a Best Places to Work by the Atlanta Business Chronicle (ABC), ranking fifth in the small business category out of 50 finalists and more than 600 applicants. Earlier in 2016, the ABC also named Alloy one of Atlanta’s fastest growing companies based on revenue and job creation. Most importantly, Alloy won more than 10 national awards and accolades, from organizations including PRSA, PR Daily, and Hermes, for its client work.
“As a veteran of high-profile tech PR agencies, I can say firsthand that the client results we achieve each week are so extraordinary that we are fundamentally changing what tech companies’ expect of their PR and marketing partner,” said Evan Goldberg, Alloy’s Vice President of Client Service. “While legacy agencies remain focused on the billable hour and other antiquated processes and procedures, Alloy has focused on innovation, introducing marketing automation, SEO and client service initiatives that continually wow clients and push the limits of what a tech PR firm can achieve.”
To learn more about Alloy’s current client roster, awards and services, and to read our recent tech marketing resources, visit http://www.alloycrew.com.