Effective communication is a vital component in the growth of any business. However, many startups operate on a limited budget, making the hefty fees that are asked for by public relations agencies out for reach.
Nonetheless, now with PRinaBox.com, it seems you no longer have to worry about paying a premium for PR campaigns.
PRinaBox.com is a new piece of technology, which offers startups and new entrepreneurs the knowledge and expertise to create and execute a successful PR campaign without a big budget.
The interactive platform provides users with the resources to generate press coverage, marketing and social- media presence. Users can also arrange calls and meetings with PR consultants for advice throughout the process.
“PRinAbox.com is about making PR services available to everyone; not just those with the luxury of funding and big budgets behind them,” the founder Simon Rayner told the Small Business Trends. “Our main aim and goal is to provide startup businesses and budding entrepreneurs with the knowledge needed to become an influencer in their field and to help them in securing the media coverage required to do so. This interactive platform not only gives advice on how to achieve these goals but truly gives users the expertise to do it themselves.”
According to the GEM Global Report, a staggering 100 million businesses are launched annually. “However, many startup founders out there don’t feel they have the knowledge to “do” public relations for their new venture and so throw money at a PR firm. Wrong!” said Vicky Hutcheson of PRinabox.com. “For any entrepreneur, nobody is better at telling the company’s story than the founder themselves.”
Here’s a quick video on how PRinaBox.com works
A DIY Public Relations Solution
Now, PRinaBox.com allows you to:
- Understand what makes a good story for the media,
- Talk to the press and secure press coverage,
- Create exciting public relations campaigns,
- Increase customers and awareness of your business, and
- Develop their social media presence and making an impact online.
The company also offers you dozens of tips and insights from influential editors at publications such as Vanity Fair, GQ Magazine and The Guardian among others.