If you’re looking for flash offices and expensive lunches, we’re not the agency for you. We don’t believe in squandering your PR budget on our overheads leaving you left with little more than a few hours a week from a couple of junior members of staff. PR is about good contacts, great relationships and a lot of hard work.
As an agency we specialise in helping digital start-ups and charities spread the word with a view to delivering a tangible response – traffic, sign ups, footfall, sales, donations or action. We have extensive experience working with consumer websites – from personal finance and property sites, to fashion, travel, homes, interiors and lifestyle. We have also worked on numerous B2B campaigns and have specific experience with the SME, Start-up and Entrepreneur sectors. We have worked with charities including the Anne Frank Trust UK (#notsilent), Working Chance, the e-Learning Foundation, Winston’s Wish, Save the Children, Shelter and Greenpeace (on the recent Greenpeace / LEGO video viral) and we run the Geared for Giving campaign.
If you’re intrigued, why not find out more about why our clients work with us.
Our range of services extends well beyond the boundaries of a traditional PR agency. The combined experience of the team, and our track record helping start ups, has meant that our remit has often included elements of marketing, promotion and sales activity, as well as PR.
We are business people first. We start from the point of understanding what your business needs and then formulate a plan to meet tangible objectives. Our team has broad experience across all the disciplines that support the PR process.
All staff in the agency are senior and bring a wealth of experience and an inability to take no for an answer when securing coverage. We recognise that you are running a business and we understand our part in ROI. We take responsibility for the success of our campaigns personally and charge a fair price for PR that delivers a tangible return. The agency was started by co founders Rachel Corcoran and Linda Cohen in 2009.