Rooftop PR

Rooftop PR

Rooftop PR locationSlough, Berkshire

Rooftop PR was set up to provide start-up businesses and SMEs within the Thames Valley (and beyond) by offering honest, cost-effective PR and marketing services. No two companies are the same, and we understand this more than most.

Founder Samantha Daynes loves nothing more than to help people achieve their goals, so decided to establish Rooftop PR after 10 years as a journalist and senior PR professional to develop services that are focused on the client and tailored to their needs.

Working for national and regional newspapers, women’s magazines and facilitating on documentaries for Channel 4, the BBC and ITV, Sam has a clear idea on what makes a story and can find a hook from almost anything, no matter what the subject.

With a background in both the private and public sector, Rooftop PR knows how to stretch a tight budget to help you gain the biggest impact.

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Rooftop PR Q&A

Rooftop PR Q&A

What do you love most about your job?

I have a great passion for PR. There's nothing like the feeling of raising the profile and success of a charity, individual or company you're working with. There's a big world out there and we need to shout about incredible initiatives!

What inspired you to start your own business?

I wanted to be able to work with a variety of people and different subject matters and therefore be able to use my skills for the better!

Why should our clients choose you?

I'm passionate and determined about making sure PR is used to it's full advantage in a creative, fun and ethical way. I only work with companies, individuals or charities I believe in. That way, it never feels like work!

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