|By Marketwired .||
|June 17, 2014 12:49 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/17/14 -- - PR Summit - Groshelle Communications, the global-focused boutique PR firm in Silicon Valley, has won four awards for its creative and successful campaigns. Competing against thousands of entries from around the world, Groshelle's media placements and Public Relations plans and campaigns for clients Open Garden and SimpleScan demonstrated outstanding strategy and execution.
2014 Gold Hermes Creative Award
- Growing the Profile of Open Garden, Magazine Placement
2014 Hermes Creative Award Honorable mention
- Helping Open Garden to Flower, Online Placement
2014 Silver Communicator Awards of Distinction
- Adios Paper - Simple Scan PR/Communications Launch Plan
2014 Silver Communicator Awards of Distinction
- Showing off SimpleScan - Publicity Campaign
"It is an honor to have our international peers applaud our work. We specialize in emerging technology because we really love promoting what is new and exciting," Heidi Groshelle, Groshelle Communications. "In the 21st Century, PR is a strategic practice that can help shape the future of business and daily life."
"Groshelle Communications delivered. The global coverage that this PR campaign secured truly built widespread awareness of the Open Garden brand with investors and among the geek community around the world. Heidi's work even helped us close our first round of financing as many investors reached out to us to learn more and invest." - Micha Benoliel, founder and CEO, Open Garden.
"Heidi helped put our brand on the map with awareness, visibility and ongoing press attributions." - Paul Cegielski, Director of Marketing, Document Capture Technologies
The Hermes Creative Awards are overseen and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). The 2014 Communicator Awards had 6,000 entries judged by global members of the International Academy of the Visual Arts.
About the Hermes Creative Awards
Hermes Creative Awards is an international competition for creative professionals involved in the conceptualization, writing and design of marketing materials or programs. There were over 5,500 entries in 2014, from 15 different countries around the world that competed in 195 different categories. Those categories ranged from advertising to integrated marketing, public relations, electronic media and trade show exhibitions and everything in between. These awards are overseen and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). The AMCP is an international organization comprised of several thousand marketing, communication, advertising, public relations and media production professionals, whose mission to foster and support the efforts of marketing and communication professionals.
About the 2014 Communicator Awards
The Communicator Awards is a leading awards program recognizing big ideas in marketing and communications. This year's submissions featured an incredible pool of more than 6,000 entries from agencies of all sizes. The Communicator Awards are sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of Visual Arts, an invitation-only group consisting of top-tier professionals in media, communications, advertising, creative and marketing firms.
About Groshelle Communications
Groshelle Communications is a global, boutique communications agency that delivers results. For over three decades, Groshelle Communications has been building global awareness of innovative technology brands around the world. We deliver coverage to our clients- be they first-of-a-kind consumer electronics, enterprise software, mobile applications (Android and iOS), telecom, or wireless technologies. Our industry-insider familiarity delivers highly-effective public relations and social media services. Groshelle Communications is a member of ComUnity.pro, an international network of over 50 companies offering modern communications, creative events, PR, social media, and more. www.groshelle.com @heidigro
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