London. It’s a truly great international city. But it can also be a tough and fickle crowd too. People are always on the lookout for the latest product or treatment, or the newest fitness craze, or the coolest place to be seen, or the latest plate of food to try, or the best retailer to visit.
And whilst it’s true that London has some of the best stores, restaurants, hotels, and events in the UK, in tough economic times you can’t afford to rest on your laurels. People are still willing to spend money for the right experience, of course. So you need to make sure your customers spend it with you. And not your competitors.
I run a London PR agency. Which means I’m actually based in the capital. So not only do I have a finger on the pulse of everything that’s hot and happening in London Town, I also have outstanding relationships with editors and journalists at the key London publications, as well as high-profile London bloggers.
Whatever type of London business you run, from restaurants to retailers to gyms, I’ll work closely with you to develop compelling stories that catch the imagination of journalists and bloggers, and engage the cool and discerning London readership.
It’s why I consistently get coverage in The London Evening Standard, ES Magazine, City AM, Metro, Time Out London, BBC London and ITV London Tonight.
“PR Superstar is a breath of fresh air. Jill Kent delivers more in the first six hours than PR agencies do in the first six months! Jill is driven, connected, no-nonsense and importantly, really focused on results.” – David Moore, founder and owner of Pied à Terre and L’Autre Pied
London-based food entrepreneur and celebrity restaurateur David Moore asked me to raise his personal profile and – in doing so – that of his London West End restaurants too. Through an innovative PR campaign, I secured coverage in countless London and UK national newspapers as well as on the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and CNN. Read more.
I worked with fitness guru Tim Walker and his business, Evolution of Man, to PR his no-nonsense training programme for men dubbed ‘Warrior Workout’ and then his new London-based gym. Evolution of Man achieved coverage in all the London press including The London Evening Standard, Metro, City AM and Square Mile, as well as in Men’s Health, GQ, ShortList, Mr Porter and Esquire. Read more.
Want a timely, creative, well-planned PR activity that’s specific to your London business?