SOURCE: Hart-Boillot

August 17, 2007 11:00 ET

Hart-Boillot Expands Its Agency

Three New People and an Office Relocation

WALTHAM, MA--(Marketwire - August 17, 2007) - Hart-Boillot L.L.C., a business-to-business advertising and public relations agency, today announced a few significant internal changes. The company's innovative team has grown with the addition of three new members: Andrea Doeringer and Marisa Carullo joined the PR side, and Matt Gustavsen is the newest member of the Creative side. Due to this expansion, the Hart-Boillot team has also outgrown its previous headquarters and moved to a new location in Waltham.

"All of these changes enable us to work more efficiently as a company," said Kevin Hart, partner, Hart-Boillot. "With the addition of three new people, the agency has gained a significant advantage on both client interface and the design front. The new office is an inviting space for our clients, and a much more comfortable environment for our growing team."

While these changes have been made in anticipation of continued growth for the company, Hart-Boillot maintains a commitment to preserve the agency's unique identity.

"The last year has been about putting the systems in place to ensure that growth would not detract from our stellar client relationships," said Nicolas Boillot, partner, Hart-Boillot. "We continue to fill a valuable niche for organizations that have been frustrated by lackluster brand recognition and poor media presence in their markets."

About Hart-Boillot, L.L.C.

Hart-Boillot was founded in 1999 as a business-to-business advertising, public relations and graphic design agency. Hart-Boillot's clients include AmeriVault, EMC, GetConnected, NanoHorizons, the Messaging Industry Association, Vicor Corporation, Milton CAT, Harvard University and others. To learn more about Hart-Boillot, please visit our Web site at, or call us at 781-893-0053.

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    Perrin McCormick
    Hart-Boillot, L.L.C.
    781-893-0053 ext. 15
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