The most innovative PR is happening in tech, and the competition for visibility is fierce. We get it. We help a select group of outstanding clients tell inspirational stories. We move conversations beyond features and functions to thought leadership and industry domination. We partner with our clients to carve out unique, relevant industry positions that build over time. And we help them do it regardless of market conditions, competitive landscape or industry noise. Reidy Communications is relentless.


About Us

Dan Reidy, PR Agency Lead

Dan leads Reidy Communications, having worked in tech PR for more than 20 years.  He has been responsible for some of the best PR success stories in enterprise tech over the last few years, including Elastic (makers of Elasticsearch), Jive Software (NASDAQ: JIVE), RPX (NASDAQ: RPXC), Zuora and more.

Prior to co-founding Reidy Communications, Dan ran marketing and PR for a supply chain analytics start-up, Rapt (acquired by Microsoft), and held senior communications roles at integration software provider CrossWorlds Software (acquired by IBM) and ERP provider Baan Company. Before that, he helped launch Andersen Consulting’s (now Accenture) vertical industry and technology media relations program. 

Jen Reidy, Media Coaching

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Jen brings over 20 years of public relations experience to her role as the leader of the ad tech practice for Reidy Communications. She has provided strategy and stellar results for her clients such as AOL Networks, Organic, 33Across, Friend2Friend and numerous digital agencies and start-ups.

Prior to founding Reidy Communications, Jen was a Vice President at Blanc & Otus PR for three years, working with a variety of technology and services companies such as Goldman Sachs, E*TRADE's enterprise group, as well as several start-ups. Prior to that, Jen managed PR for design software leader Autodesk for four years, working with (former) CEO Carol Bartz and also represented the company’s flagship product, AutoCAD. Jen started her PR career at Burson-Marsteller where she worked for several global brands, such as Ameritech (now part of AT&T), Kraft Foods and Quaker Oats.


PR Team

 Michael Lindenberger

Michael Lindenberger

 Maria Krinsky Bradley

Maria Krinsky Bradley

 Sandy Pfaff

Sandy Pfaff

 Shannon Takaoka

Shannon Takaoka

 Eileen Conway, Associate

Eileen Conway, Associate

 Melissa Neumann

Melissa Neumann

 Robyn Fernsworth

Robyn Fernsworth

 Carol Tong

Carol Tong

 Tara Kusumoto

Tara Kusumoto

 Kathleen O'Boyle

Kathleen O'Boyle

 Joylyn Tanner, Associate

Joylyn Tanner, Associate

 April Rodgers

April Rodgers

 

Examples of Our Work

 
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Ayasdi: A Big Data Start-Up With a Long History  Launching a company in a highly competitive space via front page business story.

Is Wall Street Wrong on Subscription Businesses? CEO interview on Squawk Box challenges conventional wisdom

Squeezing Web Sites Onto Cellphones Stealing a story from under the nose of a competitor

#Accounting: Why Finance Teams Need to Get Social: Thought leadership article with over 430,000+ views

”Troll Insurance” Cover story woke an industry up to the dangers and solutions to patent trolls

 

 

"Reidy Communications has got a special blend of creativity, aggressiveness, industry expertise and enthusiasm for success. The Reidy team helped us consistently push the envelope in subscription billing. Reidy is a dedicated partner that helped Zuora on its quest to become the next great enterprise software company."

Tien Tzuo, CEO, Zuora


"I view our Reidy team as a strategic asset and an extension of our marketing team. Their thought –leadership approach is like nothing else in the industry. Unlike other agencies they ramped up quickly, are true partners and are passionate about results that drive our business."

Allie Kline, CMO, AOL


“As a four time client, the Reidy team has redefined for me the role of a PR agency. They posses the strategic skills you seek from a larger agency, yet they aren’t afraid to roll up their sleeves and work on the tactical items required for success. As a result, they are viewed as an integral part of our marketing organization and not a third party team called in simply to create PR plans around product launches.”

Ben Kiker,  Principal, The  Ben Kiker Group