Mower has tapped Mark O’Toole to lead the agency’s Boston office. O’Toole joined Mower in 2015 when HB Agency combined with then Eric Mower + Associates; he has been part of the Boston office since 2011.
Mower’s Boston office provides branding, digital, design, marketing and public relations services to clients in B2B, technology, robotics, clean energy, professional services, hospitality and more.
Currently serving as group vice president, public relations & content, O’Toole will shift gears to manage the Boston office, helping the Mower Boston team and its clients stay ahead of trends in marketing and communication, while creating a few trends of its own.
“Boston is a such a rich city, filled with innovative businesses and professionals. We’ve been delivering superior marketing services to clients for 20 years, and we plan to keep growing and working with interesting clients with complex marketing needs,” said O’Toole. “For organizations that need a marketing partner that can execute flawlessly, deliver amazingly creative solutions, and offer the latest in digital concepts, we’re here for you.”
Prior to joining HB and Mower, O’Toole served as senior vice president with The Castle Group, leading its PR team for 13 years, and was the sales marketing manager for New England Cable News (NECN). In addition to his work at Mower, O’Toole is the chairman of the board for the Freedom Trail Foundation.
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