Whether you’re a leading light in publishing, broadcasting, entertainment or sport, or you’re an expert in your industry and an all-round talented individual, a talent PR agent can push your career to the next level.
It’s important to build your brand carefully, with public appearances, TV and radio interviews, and features in some well-chosen publications about your new show, book or career choices. Exploring new opportunities is also key to building your personal brand, such as partnering with companies to become their brand ambassador. Or establishing yourself as the go-to expert in your particular field of expertise.
Managing your online reputation is important too. From ensuring you’re not misquoted on a popular blog, to giving advice about what to share on Twitter or Instagram, or how to handle negative feedback or comments.
As an experienced talent PR agency, I manage the reputations of a number of talented individuals.
And talent comes in all shapes and sizes. So whether you’re a media personality, author, TV historian, or Michelin-starred chef. Or even a professional rugby player or industry leader, I work hard to attach your name to worthwhile causes and events, raise your profile and boost your personal brand.
As a hands-on celebrity publicist, I’m committed to working with clients I believe in and admire, whether you’re a household name or a rising star. And I offer a range of strategic PR services that get you to the next stage of your career: from giving advice about how to use social media or prepping you for a radio or TV interview, to getting you coverage in a Sunday supplement.
I can help build your reputation, and I can protect it too. I’m available to handle a crisis, if it occurs, respond to media enquiries, and ensure you receive pro-active positive TV and press coverage.
“Whatever your area of talent, you need experienced people around you if you want to take your career to the next level. By hiring a talent publicist, it means there’s always someone on your side to help you explore new opportunities and get positive coverage across the right channels.” – Jill Kent, PR Superstar
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