Cutler PR Lands Three New Clients, Hires Key Talent in New York

Cutler Public Relations

Firm closes out 2016 with a robust wave of growth and momentum

Cutler PR, a global tech-focused public relations firm, has been named the agency of record by three new innovative technology clients: Zive, Glassbox, and Wise Data Media. Additionally, the agency is announcing an expansion of its New York City office with three new hires across multiple levels.

Cutler PR’s new clients specialize in categories across the tech landscape. NYC-based Zive is a productivity software company and maker of the popular desktop app Kiwi for Gmail. Glassbox enables brands to record and analyze how customers and prospects are using their site, and Wise Data Media is a marketing intelligence platform that predict prices and effectiveness of ad options.

Additionally, the firm announced three new hires to its New York City office. Mark Karges was onboarded as Vice President after spending ten years in entertainment communications at B/HI, representing clients including HBO, CBS and Guinness World Records. He will be working on both the client-facing and business development sides of the firm. Brennan Johnson brings her technology PR expertise to the firm as an Account Supervisor after three years at agencies including Code Morris, Horn Group, 5WPR and Crenshaw Communications where she worked with Netatmo, YEXT, Sprinklr, Zeta Global, Acxiom, Fiverr and V2. Noah Sandberg joins the team as an Account Executive, having previously offered his media relations and content creation experience to companies including Huntington Learning Center, In Tune Partners and NBC.

“We feel honored and privileged to have recently onboarded such high caliber clients and talent, said Zach Cutler, founder and CEO. “Our growth in 2016 has been tremendous and our forecast for 2017 is very exciting.”

“Cutler understands the marketing/ad tech landscape very well, and has been able to get us great coverage in top-tier outlets that are relevant,” said Wise Data Media CEO Tomer Sade.

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