We are delighted to announce that Roaring Mouse has been hired to run a proactive corporate and trade PR campaign for Senseye, a VC-backed startup that provides data analytics to industrial organisations. Roaring Mouse has been retained by Senseye following a six-month trade PR trial that focused on building awareness of the company and its […]

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Preparation is everything for media interviews. Prepare for them as you would for a client meeting. Find out about the interviewer, their audience and what they want to achieve from the engagement. Prepare three messages that you want to communicate and use them to frame your responses. Think about proof points to backup your messages […]

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Reviews Depending on your product or service, there may be journalists and bloggers willing to try it out. Reach out to the right individual, explain how what you offer will improve the lives of their audience and ask if they’d be willing to try it for free. Follow up with them to ensure they know […]

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Right, the office is now CLOSED until 2nd January, although we are still available via email or our mobile phones if you need us. 2018 has been amazing for Roaring Mouse thanks to people like you that buy our services and support what we are doing. Here’s hoping 2019 delivers even more of the same! […]

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Category: The New PR, Trade Secrets

The news pages of national, regional, business, trade, and technical media, we well as the vast number of specialist blogs that exist today, provide ample opportunities for scale-up companies to build awareness with those they wish to influence. Journalists and bloggers rely heavily on sharing news to inform their audiences and keep them coming back […]

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Several hours before the Prime Minister called off tomorrow’s vote on her Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, I attended a meeting at 10 Downing Street with Kelly Tolhurst MP, the UK’s Minister for Small Business, and around 30 other leaders from businesses across the UK to discuss the thorny issue in person. There had been no noise […]

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