I remember the day five years ago when I got my very first BlackBerry. As a bright-eyed PR Account Coordinator moving up through the ranks, I thought I was Miss Big Shot owning my very own “too-cool-for-school” BlackBerry allowing me to stay connected 24/7 to important client-related messages, which only solidified my acceptance into the corporate culture.
Month: May 2012
Earlier this week, we issued a press release about growth in our office in Providence. In addition to celebrating our office’s sixth anniversary, we announced that we were recently selected to work with two leading technology companies in the area, Numark and Aquabotix, Inc. We are proud of our relationship with these two companies and thought to share the good news.
Here at Matter we are always excited to carve out a little time for fun, so we are over-the-moon when we can combine some Matter Fun with creative team building as well. With an eye towards such high-brow professional development, this past week the Matter Providence office hosted is 2012 Semi-Annual Matter Fun Olympics. This year the Games (if you will) grew into a team sport,… Read more »
Providence, RI – Matter Communications a full-service public relations agency specializing in high-technology and consumer markets, is marking its sixth year in the Ocean State, having opened its Providence, Rhode Island, office in June of 2006. Annually, the Matter Providence office has expanded its headcount, footprint and client roster to become one of the area’s most active and preeminent agencies. Underscoring this growth is the Matter Providence office being… Read more »
As PR pros, we write all day. But sometimes, our story is best told through visuals. With that, I leave you with some Monday morning entertainment: http://99problemsbutapitchaintone.tumblr.com/
We are lucky to live in a country where we can happily disagree (out loud) with each other on so many topics. But even the most polar of opposites in political opinion agree on this: we have a right to say whatever we want, so long as it doesn’t put others in harm’s way. That’s called free speech, and it’s protected by the Constitution. (I could… Read more »