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January 10th, 2014

Voce’s 2014 CES Media Dinner

As in years past, Voce Communications marked another CES with its Annual CES Dinner, a gathering of Voce clients, employees and the top tech journalists in the industry. Far away from the crowds at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the event offers a reprieve from the CES hustle and bustle, while providing a chance to […]

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March 16th, 2010

Celebrating a PlayStation Win

Today is an exciting day for us. The PlayStation team has awarded Voce the chance to support its Corporate Communications and PlayStation Network programs. We are also very proud of everyone at Voce who participated in this win. It was a team effort and we are grateful for everyone’s hard work. What makes this program […]

Filed in Client News, Voce Clients, Voce News

April 30th, 2009

PRWeek Slap on the Back for Voce

We are enjoying the latest issue of PRWeek at Voce. In it you’ll find the latest Agency Business Report providing a high level overview of agency size, staff count and financial performance. Voce settles into the #51 with $7.4M in revenue (2008). More information can be found on the Voce agency profile (try not to […]

Filed in Voce Culture, Voce People

June 27th, 2008

Voce Ranked #2 PR Firm in Silicon Valley

In the latest issue of the San Jose Business Journal the top Silicon Valley PR firms are listed and we are excited and honored to see Voce own the #2 spot. We just celebrated our ninth anniversary and recognition like this will give us the fuel we need to march for the top spot in […]

Filed in Voce Clients, Voce Culture, Voce People

October 18th, 2007

Web 2.0 Frothiness

I bumped into Tim Ryan of KCBS yesterday at the Web 2.0 Summit, we quickly chatted about the bubble-like feeling that’s very evident here in the Silicon Valley. [audio:http://podcast.kcbs.com/kcbs/720739.mp3] Also Read: Josh Hallett’s contribution to MarketingProf’s today: “Using the Term ‘Web 2.0’ Does Not Make You Unique or Newsworthy“

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October 17th, 2007

Don’t Let Anyone Tell You Otherwise, In-Person Still Gets the Job Done

Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport … remind me again why I’m here? Don’t get me wrong, I like Oregon, and Medford is a nice place, but it’s not one of the top 10 cities (or, let’s be honest, 20 or 30) that come to mind when you think of where you’ll end up on a tech […]

Filed in Media, Public Relations