The Golden Trumpet Awards have twice declared Mattson Communications a Silver Trumpet winner. In 2006, we won for “Security & Your Postage Meter” in the category of “feature stories written by public relations professionals for newspaper and/or magazines.” In 2010, we won for “Keep The Lights On” in the category of marketing for a PR program to brand our clients new commercial real estate product. The Publicity Club of Chicago's Golden Trumpet awards are the most prestigious awards program in the Midwest, honoring distinguished individual achievement of public relations and other communications professionals. These coveted awards are presented for excellence in planning, creativity and execution.
While searching for a PR firm to help Tullis-Dickerson build national awareness of our healthcare venture capital expertise, we were referred to Mattson Communications through another biotech-focused venture capital firm that had achieved great results with Mattson's strategic approach to its PR campaign.
The Mattson PR team built a creative public relations program that has enabled Tullis-Dickerson to effectively reach across all our target audiences, including institutional investors, potential portfolio company executive candidates, and entrepreneurs. As a result, Mattson Communications has helped Tullis-Dickerson differentiate itself and stand out in the crowded venture capital field.
Melanie Oldeman Vice President Communications Tullis-Dickerson & Co., Inc.
All of the articles you have submitted bring positive response from our readers. Security & Your Meter Mailing Systems Technology, March-April 2005, Vol. 18, issue 3) brought even more – all on the positive side. Responders liked both the concise presentation (managers have limited time for educational research) and the message (security is paramount in today’s business world).
In keeping with our editorial policy of confidentiality of our readers I am not able to share these responses per se but, suffice it to say, it was a hit. Thanks again and I hope to get more of this caliber in the future.
Dan O’Rourke Mailing Systems Technology Magazine