“Margaret and Mark have already shown themselves to be true partners who bring strong expertise, creativity, and a highly ethical approach in how they conduct their business."
Fort Worth, TX (PRWEB) April 27, 2011
Fort Worth’s leading managed technology service provider, Consuro, and its sister company, Enterhost, have hired a new public relations and branding firm, Perception, to serve as their agency of record.
Perception will work to build Consuro’s brand visibility and strengthen its relationships with important stakeholders in the three Texas markets it serves: Dallas/Fort Worth, San Antonio and West Texas.
Located just east of Fort Worth, Perception utilizes the very best talent available to offer public relations, branding, and social media services to corporations, small businesses and nonprofits. It is owned and operated by Margaret Ritsch, APR, an award-winning, accredited public relations professional and Mark Lowther, a highly skilled MBA and marketing/branding expert in the professional services arena.
“We are pleased to have discovered Perception in our search for a new PR agency,” said Ben Tiblets, co-president of Consuro and Enterhost. “Margaret and Mark have already shown themselves to be true partners who bring strong expertise, creativity, and a highly ethical approach in how they conduct their business. We’re excited to see great results in the coming year.”
Founded in 2008 by Ben Tiblets and co-president Kevin Valadez, Consuro is a premier managed service provider offering comprehensive Windows-based IT services including desktop management, server and network management, offsite management, data center solutions, consulting and project management, and asset procurement. Its broad scope of services delivers advanced technological capabilities to businesses of any size.
Enterhost is a leading provider of Windows-only web hosting with thousands of clients across the U.S. and globally. A Microsoft Gold Certified partner, Enterhost operates a world-class, 20,000-square-foot data center below street level in downtown Fort Worth.