Roe Communications is a specialist communications consultancy that helps clients in the business school, higher education and training sectors and authors of leadership, management and business research to be more successful.
We have extensive experience in these sectors working with organisations and individual clients internationally. We work closely with our clients to build and protect their brand to help them achieve their organisational and personal objectives. These can include recruiting students, building membership and engagement with alumni, winning and retention of clients, increasing book sales and the building of research and thought leadership reputation.
PR programmes with a positive and lasting impact on your organisation
Communicate your messages clearly and confidently with the media
bRAND AND PERCEPTIONS RESEARCH
Understand the strengths and weaknesses of your brand
Interesting and insightful content that your audiences will want to read, watch and hear
"I have worked with Toby for over 12 years. He is a reliable, thoughtful and energetic individual who is proactive in developing both content and relationships with the media. I strongly recommend him for PR and Communications projects."
Kai Peters, Chief Executive, Ashridge
"I have worked with Toby for over a decade, and he is one of my favourite colleagues. Not only has he generated brilliant PR for several of my books and research initiatives, he has run expert media training events for me, provided excellent copy for publicity materials, and supplied detailed feedback on reports and book manuscripts. When I meet media contacts, they all seem to know who Toby is and rate him highly. He has a very easy approach which makes him popular with a wide range of useful people, and his expertise in the business school sector is second to none."
Dr Eve Poole, Author and Leadership Faculty
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