We work with startups, SMEs and industry leaders in a wide
range of businesses, from high tech to television. We’re also
well-versed in private equity and venture finance.
Businesses are better connected every day: to their customers, their clients and to other businesses. But these connections don’t perform unless the messages they convey are intelligent, compelling and clear.
At Fluent Partners, that’s what we do. We work with you to ensure that your messages reach your audience in the most effective way, and that they’re understood and appreciated by the people who see them.
Together, we have decades of experience in corporate communications. We’ve collaborated with leading firms around the world, including Samsung, Yahoo, Cisco, Red Hat, Symantec, VMware, Veeva Systems, Domo and Bill.com.
We also offer the knowledge gained in many years spent as journalists. Publications we’ve written for include Wired, the New York Times, U.S. News & World Report, Venture Capital Journal, Forbes, San Francisco magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Business 2.0, Red Herring and the Industry Standard.
We’ll spend time with you, get the story you want to tell, and deliver it to your audience with clarity and passion.
Tim Devaney has held senior editorial positions at magazines including Red Herring, Industry Standard, San Francisco and the Berkeley Monthly. He was cofounder and editor of Innovation Pipeline, a website and newsletter covering emerging technologies and their application. He’s written marketing communications for American Express, Mitsubishi Motors, Novartis, PayPal, TiVo, Credo Mobile, EG: The Entertainment Gathering and many others.
Tom Stein has crafted marketing messages for Silicon Valley’s leading companies, including Yahoo, Facebook, Oracle, PayPal, Microsoft and VeriSign. He’s also contributed to leading business and general-interest publications, among them Wired magazine, Forbes, Venture Capital Journal and Tennis magazine. Previously he held staff-writer positions at the San Francisco Chronicle, Red Herring and InformationWeek. He was also a senior editor at Success magazine.