Digital agency Manifesto appoints Rostrum

jim-square London-based creative technology agency Manifesto has appointed corporate PR agency, Rostrum, to help raise the agency’s profile within the health, technology and third sectors.

Rostrum will handle Manifesto’s media relations and push the agency as a leading voice on industry issues, including digital disruption and customer engagement.

Manifesto has expertise in the charity, technology and health sectors and current clients include Marie Curie, The Children’s Society and Diabetes UK.

Jim Bowes, CEO at Manifesto, said: “We’re incredibly excited to be working alongside Rostrum as we build a new breed of digital agency. We knew this task would require a PR agency that could truly get close to everything that Manifesto does, the difference we strive to make and share our message of building deep partnerships with our clients to deliver strategic creative, content and technology experiences. We wanted the same kind of relationship with our PR agency that we aim to build with our clients and, in Rostrum, we believe we have that.”

Mark Houlding, CEO at Rostrum, added: “Manifesto is an award-winning agency working with great brands including Vodafone, The National Trust and Cancer Research UK. I’m confident Rostrum will be able to build a strong media profile for Manifesto and help the agency achieve its ambitions.”


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