Element Communications Wins Mention Me PR Brief

Mention Me, the award-winning customer advocacy platform, has chosen Element Communications as its PR partner.

Since 2013, Mention Me has delivered over 4.5 million referrals totalling $1.5 billion in revenue for more than 450 brands. Its vision to make every brand think advocacy-first is backed by raising $32 million in Series B funding since 2018.

Element Communications will be providing Mention Me with a content and media relations campaign to support the company’s rapid growth, raising awareness and building engagement amongst key stakeholders.

Sophia King, Head of Marketing at Mention Me, said: “We believe the world of marketing would be better if every brand thought advocacy-first. More people would find brands they love, and more brands would turn customers into their biggest cheerleaders. To help us deliver on this belief, we’re delighted to be working with Element Communications to bring to life the power of customer advocacy. Element’s depth of experience supporting fast-growing businesses and strong sector expertise across marketing and retail make them the ideal partner.”

As part of the campaign, Element will be launching regular insights from Mention Me’s platform with shopping trends and analysis, helping brands and retailers make critical decisions.

Tom Webb, founder and CEO of Element Communications, commented: “Mention Me is one of the hottest MarTech companies in the world and we’re thrilled to be working with them at this exciting time in the business’ growth journey. Mention Me is unlocking the power of advocacy, and helping brands capitalise on the value of consumers who want to tell their friends about their experiences.”

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