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Software company gets fix for its online reputation

Posted by Lauren Budik

An Orlando, Florida, company found itself in hot water and struggling to recruit new employees. The job board website and software development company sought the PR expertise and ReputationRestoration services of Axia Public Relations to help repair its troubled online reputation.

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Topics: Media Relations, Reputation Management, Most Popular Case Studies, National, Thought Leadership, Technology, Professional Services, medium companies, private companies, Orlando, Personal Services, Software

Axia PR Firm helps Verizon reconnect product with American consumers and businesses

Posted by Jason Mudd

When Verizon needed to breathe new life into one of its product lines and to reconnect with consumers and businesses alike, it hired Axia Public Relations.

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Topics: Media Relations, Consumer Goods, publicly traded companies, Technology, Consumer Electronics, Public Companies, Branding, Large Companies, B2C

Public Relations Firm helps MPS Group gain national visibility

Posted by Jason Mudd

When worldwide staffing conglomerate Adecco Group (previously MPS Group) selected its public relations agency of record, it chose Axia Public Relations. For nearly a decade, Axia has delivered results, including increasing public awareness of the company through targeted national news coverage.

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Topics: Media Relations, Most Popular Case Studies, publicly traded companies, Technology, Professional Services, Crisis Communications, Large Companies, B2B, staffing firm

PR Firm scores touchdown for Modis with more than 10x ROI in Super Bowl coverage

Posted by Jason Mudd

Modis, the flagship brand of the Fortune 1000 international staffing company MPS Group, now Adecco Group North America, leveraged its public relations agency of record, Axia Public Relations, for help with building brand awareness for the global staffing firm during the Super Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla. During the campaign, Axia delivered interviews and coverage of the company and its executives by Gannett News Service and Florida Today, three front-page business articles in The (Jacksonville) Florida Times-Union and a story and international features in the Jacksonville Business Journal and Economic Outlook Magazine. The end result was more than $80 thousand in earned media coverage during Super Bowl activities.

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Topics: Media Relations, Sports, publicly traded companies, Technology, Professional Services, Jacksonville, Corporate Communications, Large Companies, B2B, staffing firm, Travel and Tourism

PR firm increases awareness for automotive consumer electronic product launch

Posted by Jason Mudd

PR campaign reaches 75.4 million consumers

Taiwan-based Sonray Technologies sought to increase the presence of its Kulcar product in North America. Sonray provides affordable products backed by performance guarantees. The company’s signature product, Kulcar, is a solar-powered ventilation system for vehicles that uses an efficient design and clean, renewable energy to continuously refresh the air inside a parked vehicle. When properly installed, Sonray Technologies claims its Kulcar product can reduce in-car temperatures by up to 68 degrees Fahrenheit, provide better cooling, produce cleaner air, reduce poisonous chemical emissions from plastic car interiors, improve users’ health, protect the environment, save money, conserve fuel and energy, effectively replace in-car air and keep bad weather out.

Sonray Technologies hired Axia Public Relations for a three-month project to increase awareness for solar-powered car cooler-ventilators across the United States of America during the hottest summer months with a special emphasis in Florida, and when possible warmer climate states.

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Topics: Media Relations, National, Consumer Goods, Consumer, Technology, Lifestyle, Consumer Electronics, Small Companies, product launch, Retail, Automotive, Florida, B2C

More than 5 million consumers catch the Sanidoor wave

Posted by Jason Mudd

L. Gale Lemerand, a serial entrepreneur from Daytona Beach, Fla., hired Axia Public Relations to promote his invention: a touch-free door-opening system for public restrooms. Sanidoor’s goal was to educate consumers and businesses about the product and how it could reduce the spread of germs in public places like restaurants, hospitals, libraries and other high-traffic areas. Axia launched a PR campaign throughout the United States, Canada and beyond through which it earned countless media mentions that brought Sanidoor new customers, distributions and partners. Coverage of Sanidoor reached more than five million consumers and decision-makers, including earning mentions on nearly every ABC network affiliate.

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Topics: Media Relations, Most Popular Case Studies, National, Consumer Goods, Technology, Consumer Electronics, Small Companies, product launch, start-up companies, private companies, Health, B2B, B2C

Axia promotes IT Deployment to 8,500 Blue Cross enterprise employees

Posted by Jason Mudd

As Blue Cross Blue Shield rolled out new operating systems and software, internal references pointed the company toward the public relations experts at Axia Public Relations for help with communicating the IT migration benefits to its enterprise employees. Axia recommended that Blue Cross Blue Shield implement a two-way communication system between individual department executives and employees before making the official switch to its new software. During its campaign, Axia provided computer-based training, email updates, weekly newsletters, “webinars” and closed-circuit TV spots, desktop drops, online surveys and other communications to educate employees, generate positive responses and measure its successes.

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Topics: National, Insurance, Technology, Jacksonville, Corporate Communications, Large Companies, private companies, Health, B2B, Florida, Medical, Software

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