GMG and CEO Leah Nurik Named Finalists for the Coveted Stevie Awards

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Today is an exciting day at GMG as we announced that the Stevie Awards, Women in Business, has selected both GMG and GMG CEO and Founder Leah Nurik as finalists for two categories, respectively: Company of the Year and Female Entrepreneur of the Year.

At GMG, we are dedicated to raising the bar of excellence and being known throughout the B2B tech sector as the best technology marketing company for emerging and high-growth companies. We love our clients, and, we think, that passion has come through, especially in the past year. We have grown pretty quickly, and, boy, we have had fun doing it!

We get to work with some of the coolest tech companies out there today, helping them to elevate their brands and see their pipelines fill. How? Through integrated marketing that brings together inbound programs, content development, brand creation, and a very strong focus on successful technology public relations, we strive to produce campaigns that go beyond just securing ink–which they do–but, more importantly, meaningful ink and broadcast opportunities that speak directly to prospects, customers and investors. Visit our coverage page and see who is talking about our clients.

Clients include companies like Magpi, who is helping to fight the Ebola outbreak in Africa with its mobile data collection applications and technology; My Digital Shield, who is helping secure the small business through its revolutionary cloud-based business network security technology; and Intronis, the industry’s leading provider of cloud data protection solutions who today unveiled it’s ECHOshare file sharing product, and was covered in eWeek, TechRadar and BetaNews among other pubs.

As for the Stevies, it is certainly an honor to be recognized, and we can’t wait to attend the awards ceremony in New York on November 14 at the Marriott Marquis, and see if we will be coming home with a heavy trophy.

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