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Top tier coverage for legal research specialists



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Public Relations campaign for research agency brings top tier media coverage

London PR agency Kelso Consulting was appointed by award-winning legal sector research agency Acritas to secure prominent business media coverage in the UK, the US and Middle East.  

Acritas was launching a range of innovative legal sector research products, and wanted to be strongly positioned as an expert commentator on the major commercial developments affecting top tier international law firms.

Read how our campaign delivered this, starting from the outset with a major page lead story in the Financial Times.

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About leading legal sector researchers Acritas

Acritas is an award-winning research agency that, in addition to bespoke research, offers a range of regular in-depth analyses of major issues in particular sectors, such as its regular Sharp Legal Brands research.

 Acritas - leading legal sector research agency

Key business benefits delivered for Acritas...

Highlights of the campaign included a major lead feature on page three of the Financial Times, as well as a wide range of other prominent coverage, bringing new leads together with strong favourable comments from clients and prospects.

Lisa Hart, the founder and CEO of Acritas, said:
“The prominent and regular coverage secured by Kelso Consulting has lifted our credibility with clients and prospects enormously, while providing really strong collateral for us to use in marketing campaigns to support sales.

"It has also had a major impact on our team, who were delighted to see Acritas getting such prominent coverage."