HB Agency, the region's premier B2B Marketing Agency, combined with Eric Mower + Associates, one of the largest and most creative independent integrated advertising and public relations agencies in the nation. We’ll keep the same Massachusetts office servicing Boston and New England, the same talent and same service—now with more resources and capabilities to better serve our clients. The HB/EMA combination will power our existing tech PR and creative services offerings while allowing us to introduce other services as well. Read about the combination or learn more about EMA.

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As a full-service technology marketing, PR and branding agency, our B2B stories illustrate projects and campaigns in a variety of markets and media that range from local impact in Boston and New England to global proportions. Contact us to learn about work that specifically relates to your PR, branding or communications goals.

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HB/EMA Clients in the News

HB/EMA clients enjoy media placement that showcase their stories. …


Modernize. Automate. Transform at EMC World

EMA partnered with EMC to develop an interactive experience at EMC World …

Cambridge Technology

Modernizing Cambridge Technology

Cambridge Technology partnered with EMA to modernize their brand and update all platforms …

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Big Game. Big Ads.

02.03.17 by Jonathon Glazebrook

Jonathon Glazebrook

February in Boston. The Celtics are off to a great start. The Bruins are holding down third in the Eastern Conference. Sox pitchers and catchers report …

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Fighting Crime with Social Media

11.08.16 by Christine Tesseo

Christine Tesseo

It was a typical weekday afternoon, my husband and I both were busy wrapping up our days at work when he received an alert of activity at home. He quickly …

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Almost Missing My Flight Restored My Faith in Humanity

08.16.16 by Katherine Eckenfels

Katherine Eckenfels

It’s 6:25 p.m. and the back of my neck is prickling with sweat. My flight leaves in 17 minutes. Not boarding, leaving. In the 30 minutes that have elapsed …

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