Networking specialist Curve IT has enlisted Cheshire-based Context Public Relations as its PR agency of record. Context will provide an all-encompassing campaign covering media relations, content marketing and social media management.
Curve IT has celebrated a number of recent contract wins including a renewed partnership with Brighton Spiegeltent and a point-to-point networking contract across London with build to rent (BRT) company Essential Living.
As well as traditional commercial and residential properties, Curve IT also specialise in networking and connectivity across unusual, temporary and semi-permanent structures and events from the British Airways i360 observation tower on Brighton seafront to Brighton Pride.
Context will be focused on bolstering Curve IT’s presence across regional, sector and trade press, as well as increasing their footprint on social media.
Simon O’Hare, Managing Director of Curve IT, said: “Following recent contract wins we were looking to increase our PR activity and wanted to work with an agency with a proven track record in the IT sector.
“The team at Context represent the perfect fit and we’re looking forward to working with them to increase awareness of our business, in particular the network services we provide to organisations during the early stages of major construction projects.”
Luke McDowell, Account Manager at Context added: “Connectivity and networking are becoming increasingly important in both the home, and in venues and event spaces. Curve IT have an unparalleled reputation as being a trusted partner that keeps events like Brighton Fringe and Brighton Pride connected, and we’re looking forward to working with them closely in the future.”
"Curve IT have an unparalleled reputation as being a trusted partner that keeps events like Brighton Fringe and Brighton Pride connected, and were looking forward to working with them closely"
Luke McDowell, Account Manager at Context
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