Kwittken has picked up Park Place Technologies, which provides an alternative to post-warranty storage, server, and networking hardware maintenance for IT data centers. Kwittken is tasked with championing the company’s strengths to potential C-suite customers. Additionally, Kwittken is driving communications strategy for Park Place’s M&A team, as well as highlighting the company’s strategies for ensuring continuity of customer service and employee culture across its expanding global footprint. Park Place currently has offices in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Asia.
Xhibition has been retained by The Williamsburg Hotel to spearhead its domestic and international public relations campaigns. An eight-story property with 150 rooms, The Williamsburg Hotel is owned and developed by Heritage Equity Partners, a Brooklyn-based real estate development firm. The hotel has a rooftop pool and bar, complimentary bicycle rentals, dog-friendly amenities and wallpaper depicting “quintessential Brooklyn scenes and figures,” created by Beastie Boy Mike D. "As Brooklyn and Williamsburg continue to establish themselves as standalone destinations for visitors to New York City, we look forward to cementing The Williamsburg Hotel as the gateway to experiencing the dynamic borough," said Nestor Lara Baeza, Director of Xhibition New York.
ENroute Communications has added Chile’s Patagonia Camp to its roster of luxury vacation property clients. The agency will represent the resort in the U.S. via its New York headquarters office. The campaign will include media relations initiatives such as press release development and distribution, interviews, and press trips and tours. The effort will also include a celebrity influencer component, along with travel industry training and site inspections. Patagonia Camp, situated in a private reserve of 34,000 hectares (over 130 square miles) near the Torres del Paine National Park in southern Chile, offers ecologically sensitive nature-based vacation experiences.