Schwartz PR Supports DataArt

Munich PR agency develops comprehensive communications strategy for technology consultancy

Munich 09.07.2019 /

The Munich PR agency Schwartz Public Relations welcomes the global technology consultancy DataArt as a new client. The company, which specializes in the development, design and management of customized software solutions, relies on the expertise of Schwartz PR. The communications strategy will focus on medical technology, FinTech, IoT and Blockchain.


DataArt, known for its extensive expertise, helps companies drive their business and realize new ideas with the help of cutting-edge technology and global experience. With Schwartz PR’s expertise in digitization and SMB issues, DataArt is set to strengthen its presence in the German market. Schwartz Public Relations will take over the classic media relations and digital communication for DataArt.

“We wanted an agency that understood us and our clients, and can support us with creative ideas and strategies. Schwartz PR quickly convinced us with its expertise and excellent contacts with key multipliers,” says Konstantin Kazin, Managing Director of DataArt Germany.

About Schwartz PR

Munich based agency Schwartz Public Relations focuses on public relations services and consulting for German and international companies in the technology and service sectors and is one of the four leading agencies in this segment in Germany.

The agency offers its clients the entire range of communicational tools - from corporate communications, social media and product PR to internal communications and crisis communications as well as web content creation and content marketing. Schwartz Public Relations was founded in 1994 by Christoph Schwartz in Munich and is the exclusive DACH partner of the international PR network Eurocom Worldwide. In 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 Schwartz PR was recognized as “Best Consultancy To Work For” in EMEA by the Sabre Awards.

Press contact

Schwartz Public Relations
Sendlinger Straße 42A
D-80331 Munich


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