ROYAL OAK—Airfoil Group, an independent public relations and marketing communications firm serving a client base concentrated in technology, announced nine new clients for project and retainer work: AthenasOwl, GTA, The Mars Agency, Memorial Healthcare, Peloton, Quantiphi, Transient Plasma Systems, University Liggett School and Zero Mass Water.
“Each of these clients has a unique story to tell, and we look forward to helping them compete and succeed in their respective industries,” said Lisa Vallee-Smith, CEO of Airfoil. “These nine companies bring a variety of work across the board, tapping into the combined expertise of our communications and digital agencies.”
AthenasOwl—Headquartered in Boston and Mumbai, India, AthenasOwl is a provider of artificial intelligence technologies for the creation, management and distribution of video content.
GTA—For more than 60 years, GTA has been the primary telecommunications company on Guam.
The Mars Agency—The Mars Agency is a global marketing practice that recently launched Marilyn, a new AI-enabled predictive commerce intelligence platform designed to improve marketing efficiency and provide greater confidence to marketers. The Mars Agency operates 13 offices serving the Americas, Europe, and Asia.
Memorial Healthcare—Memorial Healthcare is a not-for-profit hospital based in Owosso. In addition to the 150-bed main hospital, it operates 26 satellite offices in Shiawassee, Genesee, Clinton and Saginaw counties, with new research and technology in areas such as neurology and orthopedic surgery.
Peloton—Headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., Peloton Technology is dedicated to improving the safety and fuel efficiency of the $700 billion U.S. trucking industry. PlatoonPro, the company’s two-truck platooning system, wirelessly links the active safety systems on a pair of trucks. This allows truck fleets to save on fuel by forming aerodynamic platoons.
Quantiphi—Headquartered in Boston and Mumbai, India, Quantiphi is an applied AI and big data software and services company serving businesses.
Transient Plasma Systems—Transient Plasma Systems (TPS) of Torrance, Calif., designs and manufacturers nanosecond-pulsed power systems for applications in the automotive, defense, aerospace, heavy transport, medicine and agricultural industries.
University Liggett School—University Liggett School is the oldest independent co-educational day school in Michigan, based in Grosse Pointe Woods.
Zero Mass Water—A renewable-water company headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., Zero Mass Water is focused on making drinking water an unlimited resource. With the company’s Source Hydropanel, drinking water can be produced using sunlight and air alone. Zero Mass Water has deployed its technology in 26 countries on six continents.
Since its founding in 2000, Airfoil has built a reputation for results and earned its placement on prestigious industry lists like O’Dwyer’s “Top 50 Independent Public Relations Firms,” The Holmes Report “Top 12 Technology Firms,” and Advertising Age “Best Places to Work.” The firm has earned numerous accolades including PRNews “Small Agency of the Year,” PRSA’s “Silver Anvil Award of Excellence” and “Silver Anvil Award of Commendation,” and multiple Hermes Creative awards. More at https://airfoilgroup.com/.