Do you want to join an eclectic team comprised of a famous Tiktocker, a comedian (Ally Woods) similar to Mo Giganen, Black Eyed Peas impersonator and guitar players? This firm has 45 members of staff who specialise in communications for martech, adtech, advertising agencies and more recently retail technology. Using a combination of Earned PR, Owned Content, Business Development and Planned Events they help clients grow their business by reaching and engaging with key decision makers. Teams are non-competitive and celebrate each other’s successes and there’s a flat structure offering people scope to take on a lot of responsibility. You only need to be in the office 8 times a month. They offer great benefits but let’s chat about those over the phone.
Role & Responsibilities:
Prior PR experience in the technology space is required
Strategic input/consulting and advising
Maintaining existing client business
Management on each of your accounts, and day-to-day management of client programmes.
Coaching and managing a team
Assisting with new business pitches
Maintaining relationships with key influencers and thought leaders
Liaising with HR and assisting in recruitment when needed
Understand issues affecting the client's business and review their impact on program and client objectives
Monitor and investigate 'market intelligence' using the views of influencers on issues that may affect your clients (external/ product/competition).
Be well versed in most PR techniques: traditional and new media relations, journalist liaison, product launches, event management, advertorials, product placement, ticket offers, advance features placement, creating by-lined pieces, print production, photography and conference placement, so that you can advise your client and support team on programme execution.
Full range of writing skills, including press releases, features, speech writing, brochure copy, presentation preparation and programme proposals.
Broad understanding of how the different communications disciplines (advertising, direct marketing, internet marketing, public relations) work, and how their roles are related in a communications programme.