We have a senior team. We work in a flat structure on integrated PR and marketing programs.
Founder of Firebrand with over 25 years’ experience in technology and content marketing.
Role – strategy, content creation, senior counsel, commercial operations, the odd idea (often quite odd in fact).
Previously – founder of digital communications and public relations agency, LEWIS in the US, growing it to 250 staff and $35m revenue.
Former journalist with deep tech expertise, skilled writer and business press specialist.
Role – messaging and positioning, media strategy, content creation, planning, media training, and senior counsel.
Previously – reporter for tech publications such as CNET and Wired, in-house comms at Google, 10 years’ public relations agency experience at LEWIS.
Principal at Firebrand with two decades of technology communications experience.
Role – client operations, from executing programs that help clients grow their business, to developing Firebrand’s team and services.
Previously – leadership roles in global agencies: US tech sector chair and Bay Area GM at Edelman, chief strategy officer at LEWIS.
Digital marketing supremo with graphic and web design background.
Role – digital marketing including organic and paid search, paid social, direct marketing, and graphic/web design.
Previously – Product marketing for mobile gaming company, digital strategy for entertainment agency and creative specialist for tech company.
Content creator with a specialty for creative campaigns and media strategy.
Role – media strategy, content creation and management, copywriting, campaign planning, media relations.
Previously – content manager for a public relations agency, copywriting for a luxury furnishings brand, communications for a smart city startup.
Seasoned digital marketing pro with a passion for driving brand growth.
Role – digital marketing including organic and paid search, paid media, influencer marketing, and data analytics.
Previously – digital marketing leader for PR and advertising agencies, delivering successful campaigns for enterprise and consumer brands.
Digital marketing enthusiast combining creativity with a logical, growth oriented approach
Role – digital marketing optimization for organic and paid search, messaging, content strategy / creation and performance analysis.
Previously – email marketing for a building products company, social media strategist and branding/positioning for a startup agency.
Influencer relations specialist, with a particular focus on media outreach over social channels.
Role – influencer relations, media relations, social media programs, CSR and social good, ideas and creativity, account management.
Previously – ran own public relations agency, worked with women tech leaders, served in leadership roles in Catholic organizations.
Influencer marketing specialist with a focus on outreach and developing creative campaigns.
Role – organic influencer relations and paid influencer marketing, media relations, copywriting, ideas and creativity.
Previously – account coordinator for PR and marketing agency, worked on successful campaigns for various tech companies.
Content creator and media strategist with a penchant for storytelling and evidence-based campaigns.
Role – content creation, media relations, messaging strategy and campaign execution.
Previously – communications director at tech startups and a large healthcare company, media spokesperson for the 2020 Census, journalist, op-ed writer, editor, political scientist.
Digital marketing specialist with an analytical background focused on creative, data-driven growth.
Role – Digital marketing including organic and paid search, paid social, data analytics and content curation.
Previously – Digital marketing for SaaS and tech startups, paid advertising and analytics for a startup agency.
Spends 18-20 hours per day asleep, and the rest being fierce.
Role – better than a guard dog but needs careful handling. Don’t put your head in his mouth – he’s not that kind of cat.
Previously – Consultant at Predators United and Mascot for many sports teams. Has always been the top predator, just born that way. Deal with it.
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