Westlake Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery
IPR began representing Westlake Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery nine years ago when the practice consisted of its founder, Dr. Gregory Nikolaidis, and a handful of staff. The practice now includes five locations (soon to be six) and it recently opened a 55,000 square-foot facility to serve as the “mother ship” for cosmetic/plastic surgery and medical dermatology in the greater Austin area. We have been so successful at positioning this company that it has become one of the leading providers of Botox and dermal fillers in the country and one of the largest medical/cosmetic dermatology and plastic surgery practices in the state of Texas. In addition, IPR handles all special events, speaking opportunities, radio advertising, reputation management and crisis communication for the practice.
ILC Dover is the only company to ever make space suits for NASA, provides chemical and biological protective equipment and clothing to the military, CDC, and Department of Homeland Security, created the landing deployment system for the Mars Landing Vehicles, manufacturers 80% of all blimp envelopes worldwide and manufactures pharmaceutical containment and assay systems, and innovative pharmaceutical mixing systems in conjunction with Eli Lilly. IPR was able to secure significant national and international coverage on products ranging from the next generation of space suit to weapons deployment systems including a 30-minute feature on the History Channel’s program – “Tactical to Practical.” IPR was also an integral part in the joint launch of all pharmaceutical products, which led to significant editorial coverage and revenue growth. IPR worked with its partner, Lightship Group, to evangelize the greatest development in outdoor advertising since the lighted billboard. In addition, IPR scripted, created the storyboard, directed and assisted in editing its corporate video and associated b-roll footage.
Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
When The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum needed the best to evangelize its largest and only traveling exhibit to date – Forgotten Gateway – they turned to Christian Scarborough and IPR. The museum’s marketing director had recently left the organization and they needed someone who could quickly ramp up and hit the ground running. Scarborough worked with museum marketing staff and oversaw all print collateral and advertising material, and all PR initiatives for the event including a private press reception and grand opening of the exhibit.
“Christian worked as the Public Relations & Media Relations Consultant for Emprimus, and not only proved himself a master of his area, but impressed me as the consummate professional, who understood not only media relations, PR, but also understood strategic business development and the high tech arena. Also, his integrity is above reproach.”
CEO at Situationally Aware Associates (SA2-squared)
Director of business development Emprimus