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Investor Relations Firm Access IR/PR and The Communications Strategy Group Announce Strategic Alliance
Date:10/29/2009

d counsel on current communications practices, trends and issues. Private company consulting services support IPO and transaction oriented exit strategies, including access to and communications with appropriate investors and strategic partners. For more information on Access IR/PR, see accessirpr.com.

The Communications Strategy Group Inc.
CSG, led by Edward D. Agne, provides a full range of communications and international business development services to emerging companies in advanced technologies, life sciences, biotechnology and medical technology. Specialized expertise areas include media relations, mergers & acquisitions communications, crisis management and employee relations. CSG operates through a team of consultants with backgrounds in large communications agencies, government, university-level teaching and major media.

Mr. Agne founded CSG, having served as an officer at Burson-Marsteller, a global communications and lobbying consultancy, and Connell Limited Partnership, a privately owned industrial conglomerate based in Boston. Mr. Agne is active in the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, the Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council, the British American Business Council of New England and the three major UK biotech/medtech regions of Oxford, Cambridge and London. For more information on The Communications Strategy Group Inc., see http://www.comstratgroup.com.

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