"Starscream delivered in the first few weeks for Audio-Technica. We had great exposure in ShortList, The Indepedent and MSN. This was followed by The Gadget Show, What Hi-Fi? and more. The ability to place our products in key media twinned with a range of famous artist relationships means Starscream is the best fit for Audio-Technica but also a very unique agency"
Marketing Manager, Audio-Technica
"Led by an ex journalist, Starscream know exactly what working journalists need. I spend far too much time being pitched products that don’t remotely match my columns, so a pitch from Starscream is always welcome"
Financial Times: How To Spend It
"The instinct for turning product into a story is absolutely spot-on. They have an agile, creative approach to any story and are able to find the 'line' in anything which will make people click, read and share. They also know absolutely everybody in lifestyle media"
Rob Waugh, The Mail on Sunday
"Right from the start Starscream understood the unique aspects of our product ‘The Vamp®’ and how it differs to other products. They were able to put our product in front of the right people and get us interviews and coverage in key media including the Metro, Mail on Sunday and Huffington post, all of which boosted sales and brand awareness"
Director, Paul Cocksedge Studio
"A rare breed of contact who understands your magazine perfectly and pitches nothing but appropriate ideas. When I get an email or call from them, I know it’s always going to be a good idea"
Jeremy White, Wired
"I’m interested in design and great photography as a key part of my features. With years of experience in the industry, Starscream knows what will work and is one of the most creative PR agencies I work with"
Emily Peck, Achica Living
“Starscream just ‘get’ consumer tech PR. They know the business inside out. When the Starscream team get in touch, I know it’ll be to tell me something I want to know. And I know they’ll give me access to their clients when appropriate. I also know that we’re all going to have some fun along the way...”
Steve May, freelance writer
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