Public Relations

An award-winning PR and communications consultancy, we create practical, powerful PR that delivers tangible results. Through carefully crafted and managed content, we get companies and individuals known – for their skills, products, and expertise.

Public Relations


We have 20 years’ experience pitching ideas, securing national press and specialist coverage, and take pride in our range of media contacts and relationships. We also know exactly how and when to reach new audiences. We develop and execute PR strategies, which include:

  • Developing press materials 
  • Planning and creating content 
  • Liaising with journalists 
  • Writing and editing commentary
  • Devising and pitching feature ideas 
  • Creating newsworthy events 
  • Producing case studies
  • Securing speaker opportunities 
The team at Carnsight Communications are smart, supportive and super hard working.
Phil Blackmore
Creative Director, Create Health

Media Relations


As editorial teams are constantly changing and with fewer staff writers, we pride ourselves on being able to identify, reach and deliver for the right journalists for each campaign – even if it’s in a new sector. 

We work with a range of journalists and publications daily and have access to extensive media databases, meaning we can produce press lists for approval quickly and reach out with relevant, timely pitches. 

We share lots of PR tips and tricks via our blog...

Can clients and agencies ever really work as “partners”?  

This question came out of a really interesting podcast with Tom Lewis – Agency ownership models are everything. It’s primarily about the advertising agency model and how Tom sees it in a state of decline. My career started in adland before I moved into PR, and when I worked with Tom he was CFO and I was in client services. Ad agencies are set up slightly differently to PR agencies or consultancies, but there are similarities. We’re both service businesses and the relationships we have with clients are much the same. And one question arose (amongst many interesting areas) – can agencies ever truly work in “partnership” with a client?

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