Silence is certain death in today’s startup world. PR & marketing gives your brand the voice it needs to cut through the noise and engage with customers and stakeholders. However, effective campaigns require years of experience and can be a drain on resources. Until now. BMV’s Do-It-Yourself (DIY) PR & Influencer Relations Package is designed for startups that don’t have the budget to engage with an agency on an ongoing retainer basis. For a one-time fee, we give you the tools you need to execute successful PR campaigns on your own. Establish Credibility. Drive Awareness. Attract Investors. Improve SEO. Generate Leads. Grow Your Valuation. Without Burning Through Your Budget!
We’ve leveraged PR to generate millions of sales and new users for clients, attract investors & key company stakeholders, and drive nine-figure exits through our careers. In our initial consultation we’ll quickly dive into your startup business to uncover the stories that will be interesting to media and advise you on how to best tell your startup’s story in your own voice.
PR and Influencer Relations are both art and science. It takes an expertise in storytelling, a deep understanding of the media landscape, and a well thought out strategy. Don’t entrust the potentially most effective tool in your marketing stack to an internal entry-level hire or a junior staffer at a big agency. Our DIY package gives you actionable deliverables and C-suite advisory to tell your startup’s story to reporters.
Even with a guidebook you still may need further support. In addition to giving you free access to premium technology tools that will help you execute PR on the fly, we’ll also be there along the way to offer you ad hoc advice and best practices. This will ensure that you execute a successful campaign, while building your own media relationships, which will drive long-term results.
BMV has been instrumental in building narratives and cultivating media relationships for RadPad that have driven coverage in top-tier publications such as BuzzFeed, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal and Entrepreneur.Jonathan Eppers, Founder & CEO of RadPad
BMV has helped us get into The New York Times and many other publications which was instrumental in driving tens of thousands of new users onto our platform.Liam Berkeley, Founder & CEO of Bark'N'Borrow
BMV enabled us to rapidly distribute news on our prototypes and new feature launches with the media to analyze scalability.Tom Leung, YouTube Product Manager (Formerly Anthology)