contact us CTAStanding out in the competitive HR market

Whether it is Human Resources services or providing learning & training, it is a highly competitive area with HR teams, senior executives and business owners seemingly spoilt for choice with so many different solutions and competing suppliers offering to solve problems and improve performance.

business team work building a puzzle isolated over a white backgroundWith all the potential providers and solutions, reputation and credibility are critical for "opening the door" to senior decision-makers and ensuring confidence with the solutions you recommend.

Our experience team of PR consultants works with clients to help them stand out from the competition as experts in tackling the management and HR challenges business leaders face.

We work with clients in a three-stage process that starts with ensuring a communications strategy that will deliver your business objectives, and finishes with a clear timetable of distinctive and creative PR and communications activity that will strongly build your reputation.

Strong press coverage, thought leadership and other tactics

Securing high impact in the national newspapers, business and HR media is an important tactic, and it's an area where we excel. 

Reputations are built on demonstrating expertise, and we will work with you to ensure you have strong insights and thought leadership too.

Winning awards, securing public speaking opportunities, having a strong digital reputation and other tactics are also enormously valuable for building your credibility with decision-makers, whether they are executives, HR directors or business owners. We work with businesses to ensure these and other areas important to a strong reputation are in place.

In short, we work with clients to ensure they are building a powerful and enduring reputation for the long-term, not just looking for a short-term marcoms adrenaline shot from press coverage!

To find out more, call us on 020 7242 2286 or click here to arrange a call with one of senior PR consultants.

Our experience providing Public Relations support for HR, training & leadership businesses includes:

We work with a wide range of businesses seeking to reach HR directors and other senior executives involved in leadership, training and employment decision.  A selection includes:

Technology & SaaS businesses:
The HR function in large corporates can be an important buyer or stakeholder in many purchases. Our thought leadership and Public Relations campaigns have helped our HR, employee helpline, cloud and other clients build credibility and businesses through careful targeting of HR and management writers, together with the numerous freelance writers that cover management issues in the media.

Consultancy businesses:
We have worked with a wide range of consultancy firms seeking coverage in the top management and HR titles, ranging from management consultancies to recruitment agencies, leadership coaches and business psychologists. 

Employment law firms: 
We have extensive experience in devising and delivering Public Relations campaigns for the employment teams of UK and international law firms to help build their reputations with senior decision-makers. The targets of recent PR campaigns have included large corporations and the City, as well as the public sector and SME business owners

Click below to view our client case studies:

               Doyle Clayton                      SportingEdge - case studyMcKinney Rogers - case study

Speak with us not about how we can help you build the sort of powerful reputation that opens doors and boosts sales by calling 020 7242 2286 or click here to arrange a no-obligation call with one of senior PR consultants.

 

 

 

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