We’ve worked with more than 100 companies over 20 years, so suffice it to say that we know how to craft a story that the press and the public feel good about.
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Who is behind A.Revell?
Ann Revell-Pechar, President/Founder of A.Revell Communications, has, for 25 years, been integrally involved in the introduction of more than 125 innovative products. She first co-founded the company in 1993 in Seattle, and worked closely with entrepreneurs and executives, introducing innovations ranging from Aventail to F5, from NetNanny to Real Networks.
She managed the reputation of venture capitalists like New Enterprise Associates, publishers like Ziff Davis, and global powerhouses like Alcatel-Lucent. Several clients, like VoIP company Teleo, were acquired by major corporations -- transitions whose communications were overseen by Ann.
She’s worked in-house for technology companies and arts organizations, taught college courses in technical and professional communications, and remains actively involved in community and economic development organizations, including North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA), the Center for Entrepreneurial Development (CED), MIT Enterprise Forum of Atlanta, Digitainment Georgia, and others in Seattle and Baltimore.
She holds a Master of Public Administration from the State University of New York College at Brockport, where her focus was on Management Information Systems, and a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Seattle Pacific University.
A. Revell Communications in opening an internet radio studio this week! The Business RadioX studio is located in historic downtown Wilmington, NC, in the building right next door to NPR. A prescient move—we’ll produce long-form interviews, without commercials, just like certain NPR shows....