Alexander Ogilvy LA Bags Two New Tech Clients

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Wanted Technologies, a Los Angeles and Quebec firm, has named Alexander Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide to handle marketing communications.


The Los Angeles agency will create awareness for Wanted, an infrastructure company whose technology supports online career centers on more than 50 Web sites, including Sina.com and Hoovers.


The same office of Alexander Ogilvy also acquired the business of Open Source Development Lab, which provides computing resources to open source developers.


"Both accounts will have online elements to their media relations programs," said Michelle K. Parkinson, senior account executive at Alexander Ogilvy, Los Angeles.


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