Silicon Maps Highlights Austin's Growing High Tech Region
SAN RAMON, Calif., May 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Silicon Maps, Inc. launched the 2012 Silicon Hills Map Campaign this morning, showcasing High Tech related companies in Austin and Central Texas.
The campaign features more than 50 High Tech employers. Each participant's logo is added to an electronic and printed Map campaign that is promoted online, displayed at airports and at industry events.
"We have eight annual Map campaigns, and they each represent a unique advertising opportunity for leading companies to align their brand with thriving High Tech and Biotech clusters across the country," said Mike Desrosiers, CEO and Publisher of Silicon Maps, Inc. "We are proud to showcase Austin's thriving High Tech industry through Silicon Hills ninth Promotional Map campaign."
Each regional poster/map is hosted on its own Silicon Maps Web page. Silicon Hills Map participating companies include Cirrus Logic, PayPal, Hoover's, Qualcomm, Samsung Austin Semiconductor, University of Texas and many other leading Austin employers.
Silicon Maps, Inc. is the leading design firm of regional promotional maps of industry clusters and cities featuring our online resource of hundreds of leading companies and resource agencies. For more than 21 years, Silicon Maps, Inc. has helped branding of companies, industries, regions and cities
Silicon Maps, Inc. creates and distributes compelling map designs that provide effective marketing opportunities for businesses and organizations worldwide to increase awareness for their community, industry, services and brand. Our unique promotional posters offer an effective communication tool while providing novel advertising results with long lasting effect for one low investment.
With award winning map designs for High Tech and Biotech regions Silicon Maps has the perfect branding opportunity with print, airport signage and High Definition Digital Kiosk's.
"Maps are a universal medium for communication, easily understood and appreciated by most people, regardless of language or culture" (Merriam 1996).
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