• Skona Adds Coinme, Others To Its Client Roster
    Independent creative agency Sköna has been hired by six new tech firms with a remit that includes campaign development, brand strategy and extension and website development. The business wins come from digital currency exchange, Coinme, solar design software firm, Aurora Solar, crowdsourced cyber security platform, Bugcrowd, AI solutions business, Unsupervised, computer software company, Alteryx and Druva, a data protection SaaS platform. The agency specializes in B2B technology marketing and has offices in San Francisco and Stockholm.
  • Moon Rabbit Named AOR For Proposed Opioid Overdose Product
    Consumer and healthcare agency Moon Rabbit has been named agency of record for OPNT003, nasal nalmefene, from Opiant  Pharmaceuticals. Nasal nalmefene is a product currently being evaluated in clinical trials for the treatment of opioid overdose. Moon Rabbit will be responsible for supporting commercial preparations and, if approved by the FDA, launch of OPNT003 in the U.S.  Moon Rabbit managing partner John Tenaglia said “Opiant’s mission to develop new medicines for addictions and drug overdose represent a critical and essential advancement in the public health realm. Its potential new treatment for opioid overdose is something we are incredibly passionate about."   …
  • Ron Foth Advertising Named AOR By Fine Arts Museum of SF
    The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF) has named Ron Foth Advertising, agency of record following a competitive review. According to Linda Butler, Director of Marketing, Communications and Visitor Experience for FAMSF, “Ron Foth Advertising was chosen as our lead agency based upon their 35+ years of experience in the non-profit sector including many destination and tourism related clients. While Foth’s reach is nationwide –– even international –– they have also worked with many California-based clients, including the California Academy of Sciences, Safeway Supermarkets, and Santa Monica Travel and Tourism.”
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