Catalyst Communications has won the Best Tech Public Relations – UK category in Corporate Vision magazine’s prestigious 2015 Technology Innovator Awards.
The 2015 Technology Innovator Awards highlight the individuals, departments and firms behind groundbreaking developments in technology – technology that will continue to enhance and fundamentally alter the business world for the better for many years to come
“It’s a great honour to have won this prestigious award and we’re delighted,” said Vibeke Ulmann, managing director at Catalyst Communications. “Our aim is always to provide our clients with the very best service and the Technology Innovator Award obviously helps to highlight the strength of the communications strategies we develop for our clients. It also goes to prove that the in-depth knowledge and know-how developed by a specialised niche technology agency is recognised in the PR domain.”
Catalyst boasts a small but uniquely-experienced team that has delivered programmes for science and technology companies around the world through the simple process of listening to their needs and constructing individual PR campaigns that recognise their unique vision.
Catalyst’s clients include companies in the security and surveillance arena, life sciences, imaging and microscopy, green technology, business intelligence and computing.
Technology Innovator Awards co-ordinator Laura Hunter said: “It goes without saying that technology is continually improving and transforming both the business world and our everyday lives. With these awards, we get to go behind the scenes and honour the individuals and firms whose innovation and excellence have paved the way for better products and services across their industry and beyond.”
Corporate Vision magazine is an invaluable resource for leaders and decision-makers looking not only to be informed, but to improve the way in which they manage their operations, staff, technology, business partnerships and supply chains with a view to creating a more profitable and successful organisation.