Public relations (PR) is an important aspect of integrated marketing communications. Creating conservations that reinforce key messages of businesses, effectively and authentically, with its target audiences. However, PR is often overlooked.
Eleanor Willock, head of Mantis PR, explains how PRs can learn from the past to handle present (and future) crises.
Eleanor Willock speaks to UK Director of OrCam [one of the world’s 38 healthtech unicorns] discussing 2020 and how being a unicorn affects sales and marketing
If you’re wondering what our client CoSector – University of London thinks of us, this quote says it all
Mantis is hiring our first new team members of 2020.
The voice of a trade association or independent trade body is often the most powerful, trusted and prominent voice on issues troubling the public sector or its suppliers. the support of multiple voices and can often shift and shape whole industries.
Having worked in B2B tech for most of my PR career, I was nervous to leave my previous job for ‘just another B2B tech agency’.
Cortex is working with Mantis PR in the UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands to build greater awareness of its business, automation & AI software to customers in telecoms, cloud, BPO, insurance and financial industries.
Last month, as part of my ongoing scheme to get interesting folks to come to Mantis and teach us something we don’t know, things got a bit dark.