Matthew Quint has more than 25 years of experience in B2B technology marketing and communications in corporate, agency and consulting environments. During his career, he has worked with a variety of technology enterprises, ranging in size from start-ups to established global powerhouses. His work has helped early stage firms achieve successful IPOs and acquisitions and enabled mature companies to grow revenue in emerging markets.
His industry experience spans big data, clouding computing, data networking, IoT, IT infrastructure, enterprise software, fintech, mobile devices and services, renewable energy, semiconductors, telecommunications and wireless technology markets.
During his career, Matthew has represented a wide variety of clients including, Altera, Agilent, AnalogicTech, Clariphy Communications, Hitachi, Marvell, MediaQ, NVIDIA, Philips, Power Integrations, Procera Networks, OSIsoft, SiPort and Talari Networks.
Matthew has translated many sophisticated technologies and business concepts into compelling news and educational content for specific media channels and audiences. As part of this process, he has tightly integrated PR with investor relations, demand generation, product marketing, sales and technical support programs.
He has researched and created social media programs to amplify delivery of key messaging, maximize engagement, and raise client profiles with target communities on popular social media platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
Matthew has created a wide variety of technical and corporate content for each stage of the sales funnel including white papers, contributed articles, viewpoints, videos, numbered lists, Q&As, blogs, and web content. Matthew also collaborates with clients on identifying keywords, search engine optimization and applying analytics to improve and measure content effectiveness.
He has developed many close working relationships with members of the press community. He has secured coverage in a variety of business and industry media outlets, including CNBC, Forbes, San Jose Mercury News, USA Today, VentureBeat, Wall Street Journal, CNET CRN, EDN, EE Times, Network World, Network Computing, TechTarget and Tom’s Hardware.
Matthew previously managed public relations at Philips Semiconductor where he created a unified PR umbrella for six distinct product groups. He also managed marketing communications for the strategic marketing group at Hitachi America’s semiconductor unit, where he focused on strategic initiatives for new technologies and markets.
Matthew holds an MBA with concentrations in Finance and Marketing from Golden Gate University, as well as a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania, he also studied English Literature and History in the UK under a fellowship from the English-Speaking Union.