What do you do?
Leverage PR is a full-service public relations firm delivering strategic planning, media relations and communications strategies to companies within the financial services, real estate, professional services and technology industries. Leverage builds brand awareness and credibility through effective and consistent press coverage. Your company needs experienced public relations professionals with a proven track record of success. We help you communicate your compelling value proposition to the key influencers within your industry. With more than fifty years collective experience in securities, investor relations, banking and finance within both traditional and alternative financial markets, Leverage PRs team possesses a deep understanding of the opportunities and challenges facing our clients. This understanding gives us the ability to communicate angles and opportunities to the media that others may miss. Our in-depth knowledge of the issues facing the financial and technology spaces has given us the great honor of becoming a go-to source for media. The result is an extensive track record of securing top-tier media coverage across TV, print, radio and online outlets and through social media channels.
More than media consultants, the Leverage PR team often acts as an arm of our clients businesses to help them achieve a high level of success without the high cost of full-time personnel. With specialized knowledge of and connections within the financial services and small business industries, the Leverage PR team brings not only an in-depth understanding of the media landscape, but, more importantly, an understanding of the businesses with which we work. Our clients save both time and money not having to educate us on every dimension of their business throughout the engagement.
Leverage PR has two primary areas of expertise we serve clients looking to sell into/ operating within the financial services industry, as well as B2B companies looking to sell to/ market to small businesses.
Our specialized expertise allows us to tell our clients stories in a way that helps them attract the customers, investors and partners that impact the bottom-line.
How many pages of print design do you need?
List the size requirement(s) for your print design
Full Page Full Color
Bleed 9" x 11.5
Trim " 8.5" x 11"
Live 7.5" x 10"
Ads must be CMYK.
What is your industry?
Advertising and Marketing
Describe the target audience for your print design
This will go in the SXSW Magazine it is directed towards technology firms and financial technology firms.
What 3 things would you like to communicate to your audience through your print design?
PR can rapidly grow your business
We are the leading financial technology PR firm in the nation
PR builds credibility: helping companies close customers secure investment capital and grow rapidly
Leverage clients have experienced great success: raising large amounts of capital, getting acquired, making the inc list and much more.
Please do not use this exact text. I am looking for a creative ad...
Style and Concept
What print design styles do you like?
Clean design, compelling text, very customer focused. I want the ad to be all about how we help them.
What colors do you want to see in your print design?
My logo colors green, blue and orange (please ensure color match) and black. Please see my website www.leverage-pr.com for exact design colors and overall look and feel.
What colors do you NOT want to see in your print design?
Looking for the exact colors from my website.
What adjectives should best describe your print design?
We want people to call us to become clients.
How will you use the print design?
SXSW World Magazine ad
What content must be included in the print design?
PR Should Grow Your Business Not Just Get Your Name In the Paper
Leverage PR clients have experienced great success: raising large amounts of capital, getting acquired, making the inc list and much more now its your turn.
Please also add logos of media coverage in a small area that say
"Leverage PR clients have received coverage in a variety of print, TV and online publications including"
It would be nice if the logos were in a cool design some how.
Wall Street Journal
The Washington Post
New York Post
Investors Business Daily
The Next Web
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