Startupbootcamp couples with Clarity PR for official Berlin partnership
BERLIN, OCT 17 2013
Startupbootcamp, Europe’s leading accelerator program, has announced a new strategic partnership with Clarity PR, a top PR agency specialising in the startup and technology sector.
Clarity is now the official Berlin PR partner for Startupbootcamp, providing global press and communication representation for the accelerator’s Berlin program.
Linsey Fryatt, Germany MD of Clarity PR and former Editor-in-Chief of European startup website VentureVillage, said: “Partnering with Startupbootcamp is a strong statement on the impact we want to make on the Berlin startup scene. We want to be at the beating heart of the innovation here, and to offer support, advice and services to allow great brands to go global.
“In an increasingly crowded marketplace, Startupbootcamp stands out, thanks to its high-calibre teams, mentors and its overall ethos of excellence. In short – a dream client.”
Co-founder of Startupbootcamp Alex Farcet explained: “We’re thrilled to have Clarity PR and Linsey Fryatt drive our visibility and reach to new heights. Linsey is coming from the other side of the table and she knows exactly how to approach journalists, bloggers and other influencers”.
Clarity, which has offices in Berlin, London and New York, will begin work with Startupbootcamp Berlin CMO Sophie Hechinger to raise global awareness of the Berlin program’s progress and to promote the upcoming Investor Demo Day on 6 November.
For more information, please contact
Linsey Fryatt, Germany MD on email@example.com or +49 (0)151 708 2172.
ABOUT CLARITY PR
Clarity delivers high-calibre press coverage and social media buzz for technology companies, from startups to global brands. Hiring senior talent from the world of tech journalism and PR, its client list has included Soundcloud, Last.fm and Transferwise.
Clarity has offices in London, New York and Berlin.
Startupbootcamp is a startup accelerator with a mentor and alumni network from more than 30 countries across the globe. The acceleration program offers startups a chance to get heightened exposure to industry experts, from whom they receive intense mentorship over the 3-month program. Startups also receive seed investment, free co-working space and over €400,000 worth of deals.