Flying the flag globally for UK PR

As the Government’s negotiations with Brussels gather pace this summer over Brexit, Lee Peck Media has found itself working more on the international stage.

Currently the agency is working with Dubai based Enviromena, the leading provider of transformative energy solutions in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Lee Peck Media has been engaged to reposition the organisation through marketing collateral, raise its profile in the MENA region with a bespoke PR campaign and re-energise its Twitter feed.

Moving east, we have been promoting the work of the India Business Group, which has a team of consultants on the sub-continent and provides expertise, connections and cultural awareness to help organisations reach new markets and make successful deals. Working directly to Amarjit Singh IBG’s  UK based CEO, Lee Peck Media has so far delivered media relations for the inaugural Indian Awards held at the Houses of Parliament last month where former UK Prime Minster David Cameron received a special recognition award which applauds an individual’s outstanding commitment to building UK-India relations.

Through our client InstaVolt we have been working alongside Silicon Valley based ChargePoint, the global leader in providing charging stations for electric vehicles. ChargePoint is InstaVolt’s exclusive charging partner as it looks to install 3,000 rapid charge systems across the UK in the next three years.

The multi-million pound deal was California based ChargePoint’s first foray into Europe so strategically it was vitally important to both organisations.

The campaign was hailed as a great success and we obtained high quality coverage across all platforms worldwide, including trade, consumer and business press in print, online and broadcast. City AMThe Times and the BBC were just a few of the titles which ran the story.

Lee Peck, chairman and founder of Lee Peck Media, said: “It’s difficult to avoid the word Brexit in the business news media right now as it focuses on trade with our European partners so it’s been particularly satisfying to gain an insight into the USA, Middle East and India. These countries will inevitably play a bigger role post 2019 when we officially leave the European Union.”