Tuesday Media, the Brighton based PR and creative communications agency, announced the addition of four new clients to its growing roster:

  • FirstHomeCoach is an all-in-one-place, personalized digital platform that guides first-time property buyers through the entire home-buying process. The app, now in public beta, is the brainchild of Ben Leonard, former HSBC Head of Financial Institutions, and Paul Carse, the former CTO of the Racing Post. FirstHomeCoach offers bespoke guidance for prospective homeowners, many of whom lack knowledge of the house buying process, have a poor credit rating or struggle to save up a deposit. FirstHomeCoach has retained Tuesday Media for branding and PR.
  • Pure Potions is a natural, reliable, family skincare brand, founded by Natalie Balmond and invested in by Andrew Gerrie, CoFounder of Lush Cosmetics, Non Executive Chairman of Hotel Chocolat Group Plc. Pure Potions has retained Tuesday Media for Consumer PR services.
  • Bengo Media is an audio production company that helps brands, agencies, businesses and individuals create compelling stories and connect to their target audiences. Their clients include BBC Wales, the adventurer Richard Parks, HCA Healthcare UK and the Welsh Government. Tuesday Media has won a project for branding, messaging, website build and PR services.
  • Question & Retain is an engagement consultancy helping organizations to take the Pulse of their clients, employees and stakeholders. Q&R provides consultancy to help to drive organic growth, improve retention and overall satisfaction. They have commissioned Tuesday Media for branding, messaging, website build and PR services.

Ben Leonard, CEO of FirstHomeCoach, says “as a business who has set out a vision to make positive change in the world, it is very important for us to have value alignment with the partners that we choose. As another startup with similar values, we feel that embarking on this journey together with Tuesday Media is the right fit for us. Furthermore, their virtual networked agency model works by allowing access to the best talent to fulfil our communications goals, at a realistic budget, in our crucial early stages.”

Sophie Wilson, CEO of Tuesday Media, says “after one year in business it is fantastic to be starting 2019 with four new clients, who align with our mission as an agency: to empower the best talent to do their best work, whilst living the lives they want to live. We look forward to helping all of our new clients to fulfil their communications goals in 2019 and beyond.”

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