The Small Business Administration (SBA) has certified Hillmer, Inc. as a HUBZone small business effective May 7, 2013. The Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) Program stimulates economic development and creates jobs by providing Federal contracting preferences to small HUBZone certified businesses.
Hillmer, a strategic communications and creative firm, is honored to play an integral role in our client’s First Place award in the Major General Keith L. Ware Public Affairs Awards competition. A Hillmer-designed and managed website was recognized for communications excellence in furthering the objectives of a U.S. Army Command that employs a workforce of more than 70,000 military and civilian employees.
Hillmer, a strategic communications and creative firm, won the 2013 Gold AVA Award in the Sales Presentation category for a high-energy motion graphics video produced for National Assemblers, Inc.
Hillmer, Inc., a strategic communications firm, is proud to announce the company is a member of the Immersion Consulting Group team that recently won the Department of Homeland Security’s Technical, Acquisition, Business, and Support Services (TABSS) indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contract. Hillmer will provide strategic communications-related products and services as part of overall project management support and engineering technical services under Domain 1, Small Business Track.
Hillmer’s media relations work for MFG.com has raised the visibility of the company in an intensely competitive environment, landing a key eight-minute interview segment on WJLA’s “Washington Business Report.” Mitch Free, Chairman and CEO of MFG.com, was interviewed by Rebecca Cooper of WJLA on how businesses should be preparing for 2013 in light of “fiscal cliff” negotiations now underway in the federal government. Hillmer’s work for MFG.com includes arranging coverage with radio broadcasters in key target markets, including WTOP and Federal News Radio in Washington D.C. as well as WDTW in Detroit and WOWO in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, to promote the DoD’s Connecting American Manufacturing (CAM) program.