Warsaw, 04/07/2018 – Enterie, a network of independent PR Agencies specialised in digital economy, has broaden its outreach in Netherlands, Italy and Sweden. It has also welcomed on board new partnering PR Agency in UK. Covering also Poland, Denmark and France, Enterie helps fast growing digital businesses to scale up in Europe and overseas.
Starting as an informal cooperation of PR agencies specialised in tech startups, disruptors and fast-growing companies, Enterie has grown to a network capable to support its clients in most European countries.
We follow our clients by adjusting our offerings to their digital environment and reflecting their agile way of work— says Andrzej Jędrzejczak, Network Manager at Enterie. We also expand to help them with their expansion. For tech startups, it is natural to scale up at some point. Therefore we want to make this process easier for them and support them wherever they go.
- A new Partner in Sweden, FourPR, together with Danish PR agency Kemp & Kjær, will strengthen Enterie capabilities in Nordics. Both agencies already have a successful history of cooperation within Nothern PR Network. Therefore they will serve as a true gate to Scandinavian markets.
- MCS PR, a new Partner in the Netherlands, bringing its large experience in the technology industry. Thanks to its Belgium and Luxemburg partnerships, MCS PR will help Enterie clients to scale up in Benelux.
- Doppia Elica, a Milan based Italian PR agency, will support clients in the south of Europe
- Enterie has also gained new Partners in the UK – Carrot Communications from London.
The network, from the very beginning of its operations, has also associated PR agencies in France (Com’ I/O) and Poland (Profeina). Thanks to further partnerships in Germany, Czech Republic and Spain, Enterie offers its services European wide.
All PR agencies collaborating within the Enterie network have strong tech capabilities and large experience in working for technology. Enterie Partners work for startups, as well as for mature, well established corporations.