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Andre Lenartowicz

Location icon United States

I help brands find their voice and create content that connects them to their audience - whether that's through finding a home for it on an online news site via media relations, on a corporate blog, or creating collateral for marketing and sales. Ultimately everything you put out there about yourself and brand ties back to content - whether it's visual or written; paid or earned.

After grinding it out in corporate communications for nearly 10 years, I started seeing a noticeable shift in public relations over the last 2-3 years: the lines between PR and content marketing started blurring, and blending more and more.

Instead of sitting on the sidelines and waiting to see what happens, I jumped in to put my writing skills to use and join the content revolution by founding my own company.

Don't let my small portfolio fool you: I'm exceedingly versatile, and also have other writing samples I can provide upon request that range from whitepapers to web copy.

Let's write together sometime!

Portfolio
Forbes
Solving The Cybersecurity Talent Gap Today, Tomorrow And Beyond

An estimated owns 4 billion-plus records were compromised in the first half of 2018 alone, and if you watched the news at any point during the rest of 2018, you know it didn't end there. These breaches have highlighted the importance of cybersecurity to both businesses and consumers alike.

Enterprise IT News
07/20/2015
Hyperscale Computing Paradigms Hit Mainstream | Enterprise IT News

By William Tan, Head of Enterprise Solutions, Dell Malaysia It was nearly a decade ago when a new breed of customer - Internet companies building giant datacenter capacity - found themselves in need of a new type of server to support their massive scale. This trend certainly didn't go unnoticed.

Epicor
Epicor Enables Big Ass Solutions Equally Large Savings

Big Ass Solutions first made its mark selling massive ceiling fans that spun slowly but moved astounding amounts of air thanks to aerodynamically friendly designs. The fans kept large spaces that lacked air conditioning, such as factories and dairy barns, feeling cool and comfortable.