AMPLYFI appoints Element Communications as PR agency

AMPLYFI, the AI-powered market intelligence platform, has selected Element Communications as its PR agency to build brand awareness following a significant funding round.

The Cardiff-based company helps organisations to unlock knowledge capital through a powerful combination of machine learning and generative AI.

It does so by connecting structured and unstructured data at scale to uncover previously hidden links, trends and opportunities. Armed with this insight, businesses are able to make global market, sales and risk decisions.

“We selected Element Communications because of their expertise in supporting growing companies like ours,” said Paul Teather, CEO at AMPLYFI. “They have excellent relationships across the tech ecosystem and we are excited to see the results from this partnership as we continue to grow our international client base.”

Element will be delivering an ambitious content marketing and media relations programme targeting business decision makers, demonstrating the benefits of AMPLYFI’s market-leading platform.

Simon Moss, Director at Element Communications, commented: “Hot on the heels of a major funding round, this is the perfect time for AMPLYFI to expand its digital footprint. We are delighted to be working alongside such a passionate team bringing a truly market-leading proposition to market.”

AMPLYFI has already built an impressive client list spanning national defence departments, global pharmaceutical giants, and financial institutions.

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