Early stage businesses to wow the media
Entrepreneurial Spark, the rapidly growing network of business incubators, has partnered with JournoLink, the online PR platform for small businesses to connect with journalists, as they jointly help the Entrepreneurial Spark businesses promote their success stories.
Through the Entrepreneurial Spark incubators, now established in Ayrshire, Belfast, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds and Manchester Chiclet businesses are encouraged to have a ‘GoDo’ approach.
The association with JournoLink is geared to provide them with their own PR platform for them to do just that with the media.
Gemma Guise, Managing Director at JournoLink, commented, “We are passionate about getting the small businesses profiled in the media. Too often we hear only about big businesses, simply because small businesses don’t have the know how or time to do PR. JournoLink is there to help those businesses and we are delighted to be working with Entrepreneurial Spark to help with their Chiclets.”
CEO of Entrepreneurial Spark, Jim Duffy, added, “We are delighted to be working with JournoLink in helping to get the success stories of our businesses into the media. Small businesses have neither the budget nor the expertise to manage their PR on their own, and JournoLink is great helping hand for them to do so".
The Entrepreneurial Spark businesses will now be able to access the full JournoLink services, of press release distribution, and responding to editorial requests as well as benefiting from guidance on how best to achieve media coverage.
Notes to Editors
Entrepreneurial Spark (www.entrepreneurial-spark.com) is the world’s largest free business accelerator for early stage and growing businesses.
JournoLink (www.journolink.com) is the online platform for small businesses, providing a full ‘PR in a box’ service, linking businesses and journalists, and helping to promote small businesses in the media.
Gemma Guise/Camilla Holroyd