March Communications Names Parry Headrick Senior Vice President of Marketing & Communications

Communications, an award-winning technology PR agency headquartered
in Boston, today announced it has tapped veteran PR agency marketer
Parry Headrick as senior vice president of marketing and communications.

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Parry Headrick joins March Communications (Photo: Business Wire)

Headrick joins March from Matter Communications, where he spent five
years working closely with the leadership team to expand the company’s
footprint nationally while attracting a spate of B2B and consumer
clients. Prior to Matter Headrick resided in San Francisco where he
served as vice president of marketing for Shift Communications, a
national PR agency later acquired by Canadian firm National Public
Relations. Both companies achieved multiple years of sustained growth
with Headrick guiding the marketing and new business functions.

“March is continually evolving as an agency, both in terms of the
caliber of the clients we attract and the diversity of the work that we
do,” said March CEO Martin Jones. “We felt the time was right to take a
firmer hold on our destiny as we look to accelerate our growth. Parry is
a proven marketing leader with a deep understanding of today’s
communications industry, and his experience guiding multiple national PR
agencies through accelerated stages of growth is going to be invaluable.”

“I’m thrilled to join March at this key moment in its growth story,”
Headrick said. “The talent and resources available to clients is simply
outstanding, and I’m looking forward to introducing more tech companies
to the breadth of March’s award-winning service offerings.”

For more on March’s growth, insights and approach, visit

About March Communications

Communications is an award-winning tech PR agency with offices in
Boston and Chicago. We partner with select technology and consumer
brands to craft award-winning stories that bring innovation to life for
companies, buyers and consumers.

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