6 April 2017 Business Client News News in Brief

Cherish PR Establishes International Boutique Agency Network

We are excited and proud to announce Cherish PR – one of the UK’s outstanding small consultancies, has launched Over There, a new international agency network of boutique tech agencies focused on helping fast-growing, digital brands create compelling international PR campaigns in Europe and beyond.

The Over There agency network is the result of a long-standing partnership between Cherish and HotDot, a leading Berlin-based consumer tech agency, in which UK and German teams have supported some of the world’s leading digital brands including Indiegogo, Kobo, Zynga, HotelTonight, and Wix.com.

over there (transparent)Our very own Cherish MD, Rebecca Oatley says, “Much of the world’s leading PR comes out of boutique, specialist firms, but coordinating multiple agencies to deliver international programs is hard work. That’s why we decided to form a group of Europe’s independent, tech PR firms to respond. Our partners are smart, strategic, locally knowledgeable and well connected to the most influential local audiences, through media, through social, in print, on air or in person.”

With agency partners in UK, Germany, Ireland, France, Scandinavia, Italy, Spain, US, Canada and Australia, Over There has a wide spread of local knowledge and with new partnerships in Benelux and the Far East currently in development, the network is growing fast. For clients this means strong local support and proven working relationships.

For more information on the Over There network visit www.over-there.com.

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