BE.KNOWN FOR WHAT YOU DO BEST

how do you want to be known?
what do you want to be known for?
who do you want to be known by?

Whatever you want to be known for, Be Known will build a communications strategy to fit your
specific needs, to help you grow your business brand and engage your target audiences.

 

Be.Known is a multi-disciplinary PR, content, social and communications agency. With offices in London and Manchester, we work with clients across the UK and globally to provide them with a bespoke mix of digital and traditional marketing-communication services.

We have created a variety of creative consumer and strategic corporate communications campaigns for a mix of businesses and brands, ranging from FTSE 100 PLCs to highly regarded specialist independent businesses.

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our client experience

We have worked with some of the most established and exciting companies in the corporate and consumer world, on a wide range of projects.

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Job opportunities with Be Known

We have a number of exciting opportunities to add to our charming and talented team…   PR/Communications Account Manager/SAM – London – up to £40,000 per annum Be Known is looking for an outstanding all-rounder to join its forward thinking communications agency. Salary: £30,000-£40,000 (depending on experience), plus and excellent benefits package including bonuses, flexi-working […]

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The importance of being known

When it comes to building a brand or a business, anonymity is not an option. Businesses need their audiences to know about them, that is what not only drives growth, but also helps maintain a status-quo and minimises the risk of retraction. As the country sits on the brink of recession, doing what you can […]

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Can fighting an unwinnable battle be good PR?

The question of ‘winning’ is not usually subjective, but sometimes those who technically lose, end up getting the outcome they wanted. All thanks to the publicity gained off the back of fighting an unwinnable battle. Last week (24 June 2019) three families took the Government to the High Court, accusing it (namely Damian Hinds and […]

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