Enterprise Nation partners with online PR disruptor JournoLink
Small business advice network Enterprise Nation has announced a partnership with online PR service JournoLink, which will see the group’s members provided with PR support as part of their membership package.
The exclusive tie-up is expected to help raise the profile of small firms in the media, showcasing their success stories.
Emma Jones, founder of Enterprise Nation, said: “Our small business members tell us that it’s marketing and raising awareness about their brand that they struggle with the most.
“That’s why we’re delighted to announce this partnership with JournoLink to help tell the world the fantastic stories behind the UK’s entrepreneurs.”
Peter Ibbetson, co-founder of JournoLink said: “We are delighted to be working alongside Enterprise Nation. The platform we have built at JournoLink supports those early stages and small businesses without a big marketing and PR budget, but with a great story to tell.
“These are the very enterprises that Enterprise Nation is well known for engaging with, and through the partnership, we very much look forward to making the world of PR, and the benefits it brings, accessible to many more businesses.”
Established in 2014, the JournoLink platform links small businesses with journalists, bloggers and broadcasters through both press distribution and by responding to requests for comments and spokespeople to contribute to articles they are writing.
In addition, JournoLink provides businesses with a customised media room on their websites which automatically updates as they use JournoLink.
Enterprise Nation is a small business network and business support provider. Its aim is to help people turn their good ideas into great businesses – through expert advice, events, acceleration, diagnostics and networking.
The partnership between Enterprise Nation and JournoLink will be formally launched today at the first of Enterprise Nation’s five Business Shows in conjunction with the London Growth Hub, held at the CEME Conference Centre in Rainham.
About Enterprise Nation
Enterprise Nation is a small business network and business support provider. Its aim is to help people turn their good ideas into great businesses – through expert advice, events, acceleration, diagnostics and networking. Enterprise Nation was founded in 2005 by Emma Jones MBE , also co-founder of national enterprise campaign StartUp Britain. She is author of best-selling business books including Spare Room Startup, Working 5 to 9, Go Global, Start a Business for £99 and the StartUp Kit, Going for Growth. In 2018, Richard Harpin, the entrepreneur behind global home emergency repair firm HomeServe, invested in the company as part of a drive to create a ‘more entrepreneurial Britain.’