What our clients say...
Our specialist tech PR teams are experts in IT, media and telecoms. Each team of senior public relations experts looks after a small number of clients and develops an in-depth knowledge of their business. We work hand-in-hand with our clients to define strategy and messaging. And we deliver PR campaigns with impact, marketing content across traditional, online and social media.
Compelling content is vital to give the right message, position your brand and engage customers and employees. We help you create a tone of voice that reflects your brand values. We seize people’s attention and improve customer experience by crafting a mix of high-quality content – from thought-leadership programmes and SEO-rich marcomms to white papers and customer service letters.
We develop the right content strategy to deliver consistent, on-message communications. We write engaging copy, streamline your
communications and improve your customer journeys. And we give you the practical tools and training you need for ongoing high-quality content creation.
Our clients range from innovative start-ups to world-famous multi-nationals. Our tech PR teams have helped companies like Aspera, Avid, BBC Studios and Post Production, Comverse, EVS, Nevion and Tufin build their brands and improve their customer experience. We’ve worked on large customer and employee engagement projects for names like Barclays Bank, eBay and Severn Trent Water.
We run global campaigns from our offices in London, Boston and Los Angeles, and through our worldwide partner network, Convoy. We’re members of the PRCA, the professional association for PR companies in the UK. We’re also one of the PR Week top 20 tech consultancies.
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