Considering your budget, a small PR firm is the right match for your business. Three small PR firms that work with businesses in the tech industry are Macias PR, Bateman Group and Small Girls PR. Learn more about the three firms below:
Macias PR develops every media campaign with an insider knowledge of the elements needed for a compelling news story that position your brand as a leader with the media. They work closely with their clients to develop the strongest narrative that ignites intrigue with journalists and consumers.
The founder of Macias PR, Mark M. Macias, has worked inside the newsrooms of NBC, CBS, KTVK, Arizona Republic and American Journal. As the Executive Producer with WNBC in New York and a nationally syndicated NBC business show, Macias approved and vetted story ideas from publicists, reporters, producers and viewers. This editorial and programming experience gives their passionate team an edge when it comes to securing prominent news placements. It’s like having an Executive Producer on your team.
Macias PR could be a good match for your business because it has worked with tech start-ups as young as 3-months to global tech brands, getting their stories told with the world’s most influential tech and consumer publications.
Learn more at Maciaspr.com
Bateman Group focuses on creative storytelling coupled with data and analytics. With data, they experiment with different channels, locate and build stronger relationships with influencers, and find new ways to expand your audience.
They could be a good match for your business because they take the time to build reciprocal relationships with industry influencers and craft compelling messaging and storylines that appeal to journalistic instincts. They are relentless to do more and create measurable outcomes for our clients’ businesses so that they become a reference, a champion and an advocate.
Learn more at Bateman-group.com
Small Girls PR pulls out compelling stories from their clients – from uncovering noteworthy trends in their user data to compiling areas of unique thought leadership. Then, they curate the right reporter to work with on the story at hand.
Small Girls PR could be a good match for your business because, in addition to crafting newsworthy narratives, they create ownable moments for you. They’ve liveblogged wearing prom dresses every day for a month. They’ve gone on livestreamed dates for a dating site. They’ve thrown NY’s first tech fashion show and Texas’s first robot barista bar. They think outside the box.
Learn more at Smallgirlspr.com