Kevin Dowling, a PR pro with experience in multiple industries, has re-joined Atomic PR as account director after stints in marketing an in-house communications. Kevin was one of the earliest original members of Atomic‚Äôs team, and has over twelve years of experience in the consumer technology, green technology and wine & spirits industries. He rejoins the agency on the heels of a string of significant new client wins, including NetGear in San Francisco, Pioneer Electronics in Los Angeles, and the Hotlist, edeems and Baker Avenue Asset Management in New York.
”Atomic¬†brings a completely different kind of kung fu to the PR game, with sophisticated analytics and insight, creative and strategic thinking, broad all-media capabilities and detailed measurement,” said Dowling. “It‚Äôs a lot of fun being part of Atomic‚Äôs early core team, and exciting to see the same great client brands, high caliber work and warm, open culture now that Atomic is US Tech Agency of the Year (Holmes Report) as there was when theagency was new and tiny.”
Kevin began his career at Blanc & Otus, handling media relations on large consumer technology clients, such as Ofoto (KodakGallery), TiVo and Virtual Ink. He managed some of Atomic‚Äôs very early clients, and later spearheaded a range of Web 2.0 and consumer clients, from digital marketing companies to wine & spirits and natural foods brands. In the intervening years, Dowling worked in wine industry marketing and in-house corporate communications while working toward an MBA.