Our team of experienced journalists turn your brand, product & messaging into the news stories editors want.
Through tried and tested best PR practice we generate coverage that deserves a link in the most recognisable publications.
Your public profile flourishes and search engine rankings improve - helping your business grow.
Working with the sport's governing board and major sponsor, we shone a light on the stars of greyhound racing - the dogs themselves - and those who care for them.
We helped SportNation.bet make national headlines with their sponsorship of non-league side Solihull Moors FC, sweating the partnership to generate links, coverage and new accounts.
Just weeks into Press Box PR's existence, we were called up by Premier League winner Christian Fuchs to support his sponsorship of the nation's biggest football freestyle tournament.
Many have tried and many have failed to generate coverage on one of the biggest moments in the PR calendar, April Fools’ Day. Our half and half shirt prank ahead of a crucial Manchester Derby cut through to the likes of the BBC, iNews and more whilst simultaneously taking off on social media.
Pro-bono support for Swipe App & The STAYIntertoto Cup's fundraising efforts for the NHS with the help of England & Crystal Palace star Andros Townsend.
Our team of experienced journalists carried out an extensive sit down interview with England & Liverpool legend John Barnes, yielding 40 pieces of SEO-friendly coverage in 24 hours.
We teamed up with an accredited boxing journalist to generate over 50 links under a week from the biggest fight of the year - Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury II - ringside in Las Vegas.
We toured iconic London venues with a troupe of cheerleaders, turning heads ahead of the biggest game in sport to promote RedZone's £1million Super Bowl giveaway.
As a young agency, we understand the importance of being lean and getting results. Our creative press office service for friend-to-friend betting start up Wager not only made headlines, but drove app downloads too - directly from a range of articles in high-profile publishers.
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