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CameronWeeks Public Relations, a DBA of BlabberMouth PR and the only PR firm for complex technologies and industries to offer 100 percent senior-level representation, today announced that nanoTox, Inc. has selected the firm as its public relations agency of record. CameronWeeks has been selected to launch nanoTox in the United States and abroad via the media. nanoTox is the only company to provide complete risk assessment for nanoparticles.
Based in Austin, Texas, with offices in Maastricht, Netherlands, the nanoTox team not only determines the toxicity of its clients' nanoproducts but offers strategies for managing, reducing and / or eliminating risk to meet state and federal safety guidelines and shorten products' time to market.
"As companies using nanoparticles or nanomaterials in their products prepare for market, they will require government approval through the US FDA, EPA and other regulatory bodies," stated Gary Pankonien, CEO, nanoTox. "We needed a public relations firm that understood the science and could help us reach out to these companies. We chose CameronWeeks because of their broad knowledge of the nanotechnology landscape. They already are brilliantly communicating our distinct advantages, and we look forward to an excellent year."
"This is going to be a landmark year for nanotech companies," said Patti D. Hill, CEO, CameronWeeks Public Relations. "New regulations regarding nanotech safety are expected to be introduced around the globe. It's vital for those companies to know about the unique expertise nanoTox provides as they move toward commercialization. We are very proud to be a part of this sea change in science."
CameronWeeks Senior Account Executive and nanotechnology specialist Laura P. Wright leads the nanoTox account.
About CameronWeeks Public Relations
CameronWeeks Public Relations, a DBA of BlabberMouth PR, is the only firm that provides 100% senior-level public relations representation for complex technologies and industries. Combining a sophisticated understanding of business issues and with proven public relations practices, CameronWeeks' elite PR practitioners capably develop strategies and campaigns and implement tactics for emerging, established, and rapidly expanding organizations throughout the world. As a non sector-specific agency, CameronWeeks is the premium PR agency for an array of complex technologies and industries, including biotechnology, finance, economic development, IT, nanotechnology, and software.
Located in Austin, Texas, nanoTox is the only company to provide complete assessment exclusively for nanoparticles. nanoTox determines the toxicity of its clients' nanoproducts and offers strategies for managing, reducing or eliminating risk to meet state and federal safety guidelines and shorten time to market. Because nanoTox uses methodologies that are performed under recognized international data quality standards (GLP, ISO, etc.) in its laboratories, the results and associated assessments are suitable for use to support regulatory decisions, product registrations, litigation and for acceptance by the insurance industry.
nanoTox ensures complete client confidentiality for all of its clients, which include companies or entities that require government approval to market their nanoproducts, venture capital firms that invest in nanoproduct companies, law firms engaged by such companies and insurance companies considering insuring such companies from liability.
nanoTox is headquartered in Austin, Texas, with offices in Maastricht, Netherlands. For more information, visit www.nanotox.com.
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Laura P. Wright
CameronWeeks Public Relations
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