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Walt & Company Selected as PR Agency of Record by Guardzilla

by | May 21, 2018

Walt & Company, an award-winning Silicon Valley tech public relations and social media agency, announced that it has been selected by Guardzilla as its public relations agency of record. Guardzilla, headquartered in St. Louis, MO, is the developer of the first-ever security and monitoring Wi-Fi camera to deliver full 360-degree streaming HD video and continuous two-way audio communication.

“At Guardzilla we believe that a combination of superior technology in an innovative design, such as our 360-degree security cameras, and high-energy marketing and communications is critical to building brand value in today’s consumer and small business technology market,” said Terry Bader, vice president of marketing at Guardzilla. “We chose Walt & Company as our PR partner because of its expertise in consumer tech and specifically with home security and IoT.”

Walt & Company will be providing Guardzilla with a range of communications services, including communications strategy, product launch campaigns, media and analyst relations, and industry and channel leadership positioning.

“In today’s video-centric world, seeing is believing,” said Robert Walt, president of Walt & Company. “Guardzilla’s smart 360-degree cameras and easy to use app provide a foundation for building the next great home security brand. We’re excited to be working closely with Guardzilla to literally show the world what it’s been missing.”

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