IT services company Agilitas hands European brief to Jargon PR

Jargon has been chosen to raise awareness of Agilitas, an ‘inventory-as-a-service’ business that supplies clients with IT support and maintenance for a flat fee, throughout the UK business and tech press before targeting European media.

Jargon will run content campaigns for the IT company, with a focus on creating engaging industry research focused on the area of inventory-as-a-service.

The agency will also support Agilitas by creating and placing a number of case studies and news content within computing, IT channel, technology, business and vertical media.

Richard Eglon, marketing director at Agilitas, said: “We selected Jargon PR due to their extensive PR knowledge and successful track record in the technology market. Agilitas has ambitious growth plans over the next few years so it is pivotal to be aligned to first class partners who can help us achieve our goals.

“PR is an important part of our marketing strategy and will play a large part in shaping our future position in the market as a thought leader.”

Simon Corbett, Jargon PR MD, added: “We’re delighted to be supporting Agilitas. We focus on the technology, IT channel, and computing sectors and can add a lot of value to a business like Agilitas through media relations and content creation.”

Agilitas provides training to staff as well as IT replacement delivery to companies to reduce their costs.

pictured: Agilitas’ senior team

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