TechMarketView Appoints Element Communications as PR Partner

TechMarketView LLP, the most influential boutique analyst and advisory firm focused on tech in the UK, has appointed Element Communications to lead on public relations.  

Known for robust analysis of suppliers and disruptive market trends, blending UK depth with forward-looking insight, TechMarketView advises a growing band of tech firms – from global market leaders to innovative start-ups – and tech users, including large swathes of UK government and the financial services sector.  

Tola Sargeant, Managing Director of TechMarketView, said: “TechMarketView has grown rapidly over the last few years and boasts an incredibly strong team. We’re thrilled to be partnering with Element Communications to further increase awareness of our unique services and insights. The Element team has become a trusted partner for fast-growing tech startups as well as larger firms managing through dynamic changes in their business, and we’re excited to leverage their experience.”   

Element will support TechMarketView with media relations and social media to grow awareness and engagement at this exciting time in the business’ growth.  

Tom Webb, founder and CEO of Element Communications, commented: “TechMarketView is a leading authority in the UK tech sector, very well respected for its independent insight and analysis which never fails to demonstrate exceptional understanding. Their UKHotViews newsletter has become a must-read for founders and management teams at tech startups and large corporates, and we can’t wait to work with their talented team to continue building the profile of TechMarketView.” 

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