Publicity services for the high-tech industry

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Based in the UK, Marshall Jennings PR is a leading specialist PR and publicity services agency dedicated to high technology industries. Our 20 plus years experience serving companies in the electronics, electrical and engineering industry sectors, among others, means we can deliver successful and cost-effective promotional and PR campaigns that produce the results you need to establish and build your high-tech business.


What we do

Marshall Jennings PR offers a full range of publicity services from press & public relations, through advertising and literature design to marketing and direct mail. We also provide highly effective web site design, search engine web site optimisation (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM) and online advertising services to ensure clients get the maximum return from their Internet activities.

Marshall Jennings PR's wide ranging experiences in PR, sales, marketing, publishing and engineering provide a unique blend of the technology-related skills required to deliver successful promotional online and offline campaigns in the competitive high technology sector. Our experience is your guarantee of satisfaction.

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Fri, 27 Nov 2020 18:03:50 GMT

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Fri, 27 Nov 2020 19:00:24 GMT

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