June 3, 2019

many of our projects are white labelled

Our role at Ginger Comms is to help PR agencies garner kickass newsgen results for their clients – it’s as simple as that.

This can take the form of consulting on ways to get cut through in national news media with compelling content, undertaking consumer research, sourcing case studies, creating visuals and animations, and selling stories in.

And – although we are hugely proud of the spread of coverage we generate every month as a team (see our exposure page here for some recent examples) – we are equally happy to be white labelled by our partners.

What matters to us is that you get the results you need for your clients, in what is an increasingly busy media landscape. And we do this by combining our journalistic experience (22 collective years working as editors and writers on national news titles) with our PR expertise – and our awesome media contacts.

We aren’t able to share the coverage we generate when we’re white labelled, so you’ll never see it on our monthly exposure round ups. But that doesn’t matter to us. We’re not in competition with PR agencies – we are here to help you.

Contact us at to find out more about what we can do to make your newsgen projects fly.

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