Who We Are and What We Do
The PR Room is one of the UK’s leading Consumer Electronics PR, Technology PR, Internet of Things PR, Smart Home PR and IT Public Relations Agencies.
Our portfolio of services, wide variety of press contacts and knowledge of the industries means we’re able to get you the results you need – fantastic coverage, industry praise and increased sales.
Our dedicated team of professionals has experience working within the: Technology, Smart Home, Internet of Things, IT, Lifestyle, Mobile and Wireless, Consumer Electronics, Gadget, Health & Fitness, and Gaming Sectors.
The PR Room offers services ranging from: press releases and product launches to social media and blogger outreach.
We’re also one of those rare things in PR – an agency that’s popular with journalists AND clients.
We work hard to personalise our approach and press material to suit each media outlet, look at relationships in the long-term rather than as a one-off, and use our initiative to come up with new and interesting ways to promote your brand and product.
Adrian Williams from Solar Technology International sums up the service we aim to provide to everyone:
“The value generated by the PR Room has significantly exceeded our spend.”
Sarah Chard – Director of The PR Room
Sarah is the founder of the PR Room and is a consultant with 15 years agency and in-house experience in: Technology PR, Consumer Electronics PR, Internet of Things PR, Smart Home PR.
With her B2B and B2C communications experience and a passion for tech and gadgets, creating the PR Room was a natural progression. “Sarah’s ability to give any topic a 360° inspection, and consider all aspects of a given issue or idea, is unparalleled.”Email Sarah Or call the PR Room on 0845 094 2902
Business Tech PR
Want your product featured on Gizmodo or TechRadar? We have the skills, contacts and approach to get you covered
Start Up PR
As one of the top tech PR agencies in the UK, our team know how to plan and promote your product’s coverage to maximum effect
Want to see Stephen Fry tweeting about your product, or The Saturdays sharing a photo of them using it on Instagram?