Walker Sands Acquires Tech PR Firm March Communications
Over the last twenty years, Walker Sands’ mission has been to accelerate growth — of our clients, our employees and the industry.
I’ve seen us make incredible strides toward those goals, from building an award-winning culture that fosters incredible work for some of the best B2B brands in the world, to just yesterday making the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in America for the ninth year in a row.
Now, I’m excited to share the next milestone in our journey by announcing that Walker Sands has acquired March Communications, an integrated tech PR agency with offices in Boston and Atlanta.
Creating a Leading Agency, Together
With their strong reputation and focus on doing great work for innovative technology companies, March is a natural fit to join Walker Sands.
I am so excited to welcome 25 new team members to the firm, including Martin Jones, Cheryl Gale and a tremendous leadership team. Combined, we are the fifth-largest technology-focused firm in the United States with more than 170 talented humans and offices in Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, Boston and Atlanta.
With March, our knowledge and experience continue to grow; from PR and social media to AI and healthcare technology, our clients will benefit from our depth of expertise. In terms of services, Walker Sands clients will have an opportunity to take advantage of March’s podcast production expertise, among other things, and March clients will have access to broader creative, demand generation and web capabilities.
Growing Our Careers, Together
As excited as I am about podcasts, health tech and new friends for Zoom trivia, at the end of the day, it’s alignment of values that will make us successful.
Walker Sands and March are both agencies that put people first and place value in working with good people. That will not change.
With this acquisition comes new opportunities to grow and learn from one another, and we remain committed to accelerating the growth of our people by creating a strong, supportive culture that allows them to do the best work of their careers.