Serving tech marketers since 1994.

Before Hewlett-Packard merged with Compaq, before Compaq bought DEC, back when “google” was just a nonsense word, MarketReach was serving technology marketers.

In those early days (starting in 1994), we managed events, provided branded swag, conducted telemarketing campaigns, and generally stood on our heads to provide whatever technology marketers needed.

Our clients’ needs evolved over the years. With the advent of social and mobile, their thirst for content began to grow and grow and grow. And we grew, too.

We recruited all sorts of talent and acquired serious video, design, web-development, writing, and project-management chops. Our growth even caught the eye of Inc. Magazine, which named us one of the fastest-growing private companies in America.

These days, we’re an award-winning creative production shop (and events manager) for tech marketers worldwide. We’re enjoying some of our most successful years ever. And working in our most comfortable and collaboration-inducing workspace ever. Right here in Nashua, New Hampshire.

 
$1,000+
 
$100 - $149 / hr
 
10 - 49
 Founded
1994
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Nashua, NH
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Portfolio

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Arlington Computer Products Website Development

 

Brand identity, messaging, website

 

ACP was setting revenue records, but its brand identity and website were no longer representing the company well.

We created new messaging, a new brand identity, and a new corporate website.

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HPE Interactive Game Wall

 

Event engagement

 

HPE wanted to demonstrate its
software’s ease of use.

Our game gives show attendees a
firsthand experience.

Micro Focus Animated Video Image

Micro Focus Animated Video

 

Video

 

Micro Focus wanted to explain its
social-media governance software.

We simplified the complex with an
animated video.

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UI Path Tradeshow Giveaway

 

Event giveaway

To fully appreciate the UiPath robotic process automation (RPA) platform, you need to experience it.

The Robot Pack explains how to build fun, personal bots at home.