LaBreche announced today that three new clients have joined its roster: PLATO Learning, Bioenergy, Inc. and Great Plains Telehealth Resource and Assistance Center (GPTRAC).
LaBreche is providing PR services for PLATO Learning based in Bloomington. PLATO Learning is a leading provider of education technology solutions for kindergarten through adult learners, offering curricula for reading, writing, mathematics, science, social studies and life and job skills. PLATO Learning’s innovative curriculum and interactive instruction solutions help educators effectively integrate the traditional and virtual learning environment. The company’s research-based model of student achievement and industry-leading professional services support continuous school improvement and help to ensure that all learners achieve academic success. The company has been at the forefront of educational technology for almost 50 years.
Also, LaBreche is coordinating PR initiatives for Bioenergy, Inc. based in Minneapolis. Bioenergy, Inc. is an integrated biotechnology company developing products that restore energy and improve the body’s response to metabolic stress using ribose. Ribose helps to regenerate energy when tissues are stressed, such as in cardiovascular diseases, or for healthy people, provides needed energy reflected in less fatigue and greater exercise performance and recovery. Bioenergy, Inc. develops and commercializes various ribose-based products from nutraceuticals to medical foods to pharmaceuticals. The company’s pharmaceutical division centers on the use of ribose in chronic diseases, such as heart disease, and its cutting-edge cell technology solutions are designed to improve transfusable blood products.
In addition, Great Plains Telehealth Resource and Assistance Center (GPTRAC) signed on for an awareness campaign with LaBreche. GPTRAC is housed at the University of Minnesota in the Institute for Health Informatics. The center is supported by a grant from the federal Office for the Advancement of Telehealth, Health Resources Services Administration and the Department of Health and Human Services. GPTRAC assists both rural and urban health care facilities, providers and organizations within Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota in order to better utilize and implement telehealth technology. GPTRAC is a resource for those looking to develop telehealth applications, projects and programs within their health care organizations.