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Swyft has been a leading tech PR agency specializing in startups for over a decade. Many startups have trusted us to partner with their marketing team, win favorable media coverage, drive new revenue and grow their investor audience.
As a tech PR agency based in Austin, San Francisco, Denver and Houston, Swyft employs an agile PR methodology tailored for startups. Our deep B2B tech media connections have helped past clients gain coverage in TechCrunch, WSJ, Forbes, Inc., Fast Company, CNN, and more.
If your startup needs a tech PR agency as innovative and agile as you are, then it’s time to Grow Swyft!
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INSIGHTS AND OBSERVATIONS
Check out Swyft Insights for fresh perspectives from a leading tech PR agency known for its agile, data-driven PR and digital marketing prowess.
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