Bryant Hilton

Great Communicate

Bryant Hilton is the founder and president of Great Communicate which helps clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies, to bootstrap startups, to leading non-profit organizations, leverage communications to help meet their organizational objectives and tell their unique story in a crowded marketplace. Great Communicate manages client campaigns ranging from environmental advocacy, to brand development and management, to media relations and marketing consulting. The firm’s core philosophy is that with the right tools anything can be communicated well and anyone can be a strong communicator. Bryant has nearly 20 years of communications experience from agency and corporate backgrounds, public and private companies, corporations and non-profit organizations, and U.S. and international work. Before founding Great Communicate, Bryant was the global corporate responsibility communications manager for Dell, creating and executing communications strategies for the company’s sustainability, diversity and philanthropic efforts. Bryant built and launched the environment communications function at Dell and prior to that managed consumer market communications for the company at positions in the U.S. and Europe. While at Dell, Bryant represented the company on the Green Grid’s communications committee and at the Technology and HIV Working Group. Bryant joined Dell from Dittus Communications, in Washington, D.C., where he was a director of media relations, representing clients including the Business Software Alliance, Americans for Computer Privacy and Surfwatch. His previous experience includes communications manager roles at MCI, Ketchum Public Relations and the Personal Communications Industry Association. Bryant holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Georgetown University and currently resides in Austin, Texas. He is a member of the board of directors of Keep Austin Beautiful.

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About Bryant Hilton

Great Communicate

Bryant Hilton is the founder and president of Great Communicate which helps clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies, to bootstrap startups, to leading non-profit organizations, leverage communications to help meet their organizational objectives and tell their unique story in a crowded marketplace. Great Communicate manages client campaigns ranging from environmental advocacy, to brand development and management, to media relations and marketing consulting. The firm’s core philosophy is that with the right tools anything can be communicated well and anyone can be a strong communicator. Bryant has nearly 20 years of communications experience from agency and corporate backgrounds, public and private companies, corporations and non-profit organizations, and U.S. and international work. Before founding Great Communicate, Bryant was the global corporate responsibility communications manager for Dell, creating and executing communications strategies for the company’s sustainability, diversity and philanthropic efforts. Bryant built and launched the environment communications function at Dell and prior to that managed consumer market communications for the company at positions in the U.S. and Europe. While at Dell, Bryant represented the company on the Green Grid’s communications committee and at the Technology and HIV Working Group. Bryant joined Dell from Dittus Communications, in Washington, D.C., where he was a director of media relations, representing clients including the Business Software Alliance, Americans for Computer Privacy and Surfwatch. His previous experience includes communications manager roles at MCI, Ketchum Public Relations and the Personal Communications Industry Association. Bryant holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Georgetown University and currently resides in Austin, Texas. He is a member of the board of directors of Keep Austin Beautiful.

Know and Understand the Media

by Bryant Hilton

Great Communicate

Bryant Hilton is the founder and president of Great Communicate which helps clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies, to bootstrap startups, to leading non-profit organizations, leverage communications to help meet their organizational objectives and tell their unique story in a crowded marketplace. Great Communicate manages client campaigns ranging from environmental advocacy, to brand development and management, to media relations and marketing consulting. The firm’s core philosophy is that with the right tools anything can be communicated well and anyone can be a strong communicator. Bryant has nearly 20 years of communications experience from agency and corporate backgrounds, public and private companies, corporations and non-profit organizations, and U.S. and international work. Before founding Great Communicate, Bryant was the global corporate responsibility communications manager for Dell, creating and executing communications strategies for the company’s sustainability, diversity and philanthropic efforts. Bryant built and launched the environment communications function at Dell and prior to that managed consumer market communications for the company at positions in the U.S. and Europe. While at Dell, Bryant represented the company on the Green Grid’s communications committee and at the Technology and HIV Working Group. Bryant joined Dell from Dittus Communications, in Washington, D.C., where he was a director of media relations, representing clients including the Business Software Alliance, Americans for Computer Privacy and Surfwatch. His previous experience includes communications manager roles at MCI, Ketchum Public Relations and the Personal Communications Industry Association. Bryant holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Georgetown University and currently resides in Austin, Texas. He is a member of the board of directors of Keep Austin Beautiful.

I had the opportunity this week to work with a client experiencing a serious crisis issue. In the midst of helping, I faced one of those moments that can make even the most experienced PR pro wince, namely being surrounded by a large group of reporters with cameras shouting questions from all sides while I was trying to diffuse a potentially contentious situation.

Topics: Sales, Featured, Marketing

Let’s shed some light on this

by Bryant Hilton

Great Communicate

Bryant Hilton is the founder and president of Great Communicate which helps clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies, to bootstrap startups, to leading non-profit organizations, leverage communications to help meet their organizational objectives and tell their unique story in a crowded marketplace. Great Communicate manages client campaigns ranging from environmental advocacy, to brand development and management, to media relations and marketing consulting. The firm’s core philosophy is that with the right tools anything can be communicated well and anyone can be a strong communicator. Bryant has nearly 20 years of communications experience from agency and corporate backgrounds, public and private companies, corporations and non-profit organizations, and U.S. and international work. Before founding Great Communicate, Bryant was the global corporate responsibility communications manager for Dell, creating and executing communications strategies for the company’s sustainability, diversity and philanthropic efforts. Bryant built and launched the environment communications function at Dell and prior to that managed consumer market communications for the company at positions in the U.S. and Europe. While at Dell, Bryant represented the company on the Green Grid’s communications committee and at the Technology and HIV Working Group. Bryant joined Dell from Dittus Communications, in Washington, D.C., where he was a director of media relations, representing clients including the Business Software Alliance, Americans for Computer Privacy and Surfwatch. His previous experience includes communications manager roles at MCI, Ketchum Public Relations and the Personal Communications Industry Association. Bryant holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Georgetown University and currently resides in Austin, Texas. He is a member of the board of directors of Keep Austin Beautiful.

Very few of us have the luxury of working in a building ideally designed to take advantage of natural light to perfectly illuminate work spaces during the day. We of course need office lighting during daylight hours and it can be a bigger energy user than many of us realize. The average office is lit, both overhead and at desk levels, for as many as 12 hours a day. More energy means higher electric bills and more of an impact on the environment because energy production creates greenhouse gasses.

Topics: Blog Posts, Green Business

Get the tech outta here!

by Bryant Hilton

Great Communicate

Bryant Hilton is the founder and president of Great Communicate which helps clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies, to bootstrap startups, to leading non-profit organizations, leverage communications to help meet their organizational objectives and tell their unique story in a crowded marketplace. Great Communicate manages client campaigns ranging from environmental advocacy, to brand development and management, to media relations and marketing consulting. The firm’s core philosophy is that with the right tools anything can be communicated well and anyone can be a strong communicator. Bryant has nearly 20 years of communications experience from agency and corporate backgrounds, public and private companies, corporations and non-profit organizations, and U.S. and international work. Before founding Great Communicate, Bryant was the global corporate responsibility communications manager for Dell, creating and executing communications strategies for the company’s sustainability, diversity and philanthropic efforts. Bryant built and launched the environment communications function at Dell and prior to that managed consumer market communications for the company at positions in the U.S. and Europe. While at Dell, Bryant represented the company on the Green Grid’s communications committee and at the Technology and HIV Working Group. Bryant joined Dell from Dittus Communications, in Washington, D.C., where he was a director of media relations, representing clients including the Business Software Alliance, Americans for Computer Privacy and Surfwatch. His previous experience includes communications manager roles at MCI, Ketchum Public Relations and the Personal Communications Industry Association. Bryant holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Georgetown University and currently resides in Austin, Texas. He is a member of the board of directors of Keep Austin Beautiful.

It’s an inevitable situation for any small business; any computer equipment, no matter how advanced it was at time of purchase, will eventually be ready for retirement. Improper disposal of equipment can create a number of risks for your business. The good news is that proper disposal is easier, and more affordable, than ever before.

Topics: Blog Posts, Content Type, Green Business

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