Sling & Stone Wins Google Cloud PR Account

Sling & Stone Wins Google Cloud PR Account
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PR firm Sling & Stone has added Google Cloud to its portfolio.

Part of Alphabet, Google Cloud is one of the fastest-growing cloud providers in the global USD$215 billion market according to research house Gartner, bringing secure, open, intelligent, and transformative enterprise cloud technology to companies in Australia and around the world.

Google Cloud Platform and G Suite are already used by some of Australia’s largest and most innovative companies.

Sling & Stone will be working closely with Google Cloud to strategically tell its story to Australian media, customers and stakeholders, and show the impact that it is having with Google Cloud Platform, G Suite and Google for Education through amazing customer stories.

Sling & Stone global head of business, James Hutchinson said: “G Suite has powered Sling & Stone since our inception in 2010, allowing us to work anywhere flexibly, and collaborate more closely with our clients and each other.

“When we got the opportunity to help Google Cloud tell that story, and so many others, we had to jump at the chance.

“We pride ourselves in only partnering with those companies shaping the future around us.”

Hutchinson continued: “Google Cloud fits that brief to a tee, bringing technology that unlocks greater productivity and ultimately new ways to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.

“In the short time we’ve worked together, the team at Google Cloud has already challenged us to do our best work, and will no doubt push us even further in the future.”

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