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RedCloud Makes Strategic Move with Acquisition of Buzzbee



We’re excited to kick off Q2 with news of RedCloud’s acquisition of BuzzBee, a strategic technology marketing and communications firm based in Seattle. BuzzBee has more than two decades of experience developing strategy and implementing communications and marketing plans for some of the industry's best brands, such as Amazon, EMC, Microsoft, Intel, HP, AMD, and Concur. The acquisition adds a strong set of skills and capabilities to RedCloud’s existing offerings.


BuzzBee’s creative ethos aligns with our approach to consulting, which is underpinned by an entrepreneurial, people-first mentality. We both share our unwavering belief in Transparency and Integrity.


As part of the acquisition, BuzzBee’s founder, Michele Bourdon Keeffe, an industry innovator and entrepreneur, will join the RedCloud team to provide strategic input on client projects and drive new business opportunities.


“We’ve long admired the unique approach to tech marketing and comms that Michele and her team have brought to projects of all types and some of the biggest names here in the Pacific Northwest,” said Brett Alston, our Managing Partner. Integrating BuzzBee’s skills and network to our proven RedCloud method will immediately help us provide a wider and deeper breadth of services for our clients.”

Recognizing the key to collective, long-term success is employee satisfaction and strong relationships, we’ll continue our passion around supporting its consultants with a deep set of resources and building a company with professionals who fit the firm’s culture and future.

“We’re building RedCloud with a desire to provide an experience for consultants and clients unlike found elsewhere in our industry - one build on transparency and integrity,” said Brett Clifton, Managing Partner and Co-Founder. “Our team consists of a diverse and experienced blend of consulting, IT, and tech professionals who are self-starters - we are truly excited for the next phase of growth for RedCloud.”

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