Since 1984 Lee Richter, CEO of Richter Communications, has created and implemented business communications strategies and public relations campaigns for companies such as Autodesk, Bank of America, Convene, Merrill Lynch, Nationsbank, Robertson Stephens, RedSpark, Edmunds.com, and Del Webb Corporation. Lee is CEO of the award-winning Montclair Veterinary Hospital in addition to Holistic Veterinary Care, with a mission to improve health care for pets through natural medicine. Lee is also the founder and Executive Director of the non-profit Pet & Wildlife Fund, which donates veterinary services to pets and wildlife in need each year.
With more than 25 years of experience in the business and public relations communities, managing director, Lee Richter, offers the unique blend of strategic and tactical business skills coupled with a strong background in journalism and public relations
We work directly with business, technology, education, and media analysts to inform them of trends and milestones in business, technology, online training, and eLearning.
We help increase awareness of online education and corporate training news, while encouraging editors to develop stories covering the industry.
In addition, we work closely with analysts in the education and eLearning space to keep them updated of vendors and companies making headway and headlines in training and eLearning.
- Bank of America
- Merrill Lynch
- Robertson Stephens
- Del Webb Corporation
Clients have been featured in:
- the Wall Street Journal
- New York Times
- USA today
- The San Francisco Chronicle
- San Jose Mercury News
- The Today Show
- Good Morning America
- Dozens of Local news programs
Our creative approach to solving business problems ranges from designing and executing individual projects to planning and implementing integrated programs. Our expertise in print and online branding spans all areas of marketing and corporate communications, including:
• Corporate and product identity
• Collateral systems
• Annual reports
• Website development
• Advertising and direct mail campaigns