A LIST THAT MAKES US PROUD AND KEEPS US GROWING
With the majority of new business coming to us through recommendation, FieldHouse Associates is growing rapidly. Alongside some of the most exciting, well-funded tech companies and renowned venture capital houses, we are increasingly being approached by large traditional businesses such as Jaguar Land Rover, AIM-listed CityFibre and Stanford Business School. These companies are looking to tap into our skill for creating a supreme reputation for innovation.
Sectors: Venture capital, Angel investment, Corporate venturing & innovation, Disruptive technology, Challenger telecoms, Mobile, Ad-tech, and Cybersecurity
THE POWER OF WHAT WE DO
Disruptive and innovative technology businesses
Helping corporates and trade bodies embrace technology and innovation
Investment sector specialism
Wealth of Ad-Tech experience
STANFORD BUSINESS SCHOOL’S ‘STANFORD IGNITE’ ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE
Stanford Business School came to FieldHouse to help launch its first ever UK-based teaching program. An established Silicon Valley University, it was seeking specifically to raise awareness among science and technology entrepreneurs in the UK, ultimately aiming to drive course sign-ups.
Using our network of journalists and central position in the London tech scene, FieldHouse secured 10 journalist briefings over an intensive two-day course. Titles included BBC, The Financial Times, The Times and City AM, plus smaller targeted publications. To support, FieldHouse organised various events at technology incubators and other entrepreneur hubs, including TechHub, Innovation Warehouse and the Institute of Directors, attracting a highly targeted audience.
Helping Chirp hit the right notes
London-based sound messaging start-up Chirp approached FieldHouse seeking to raise £400,000 via crowdfunding platform CrowdCube. PR was to play an integral part in building campaign awareness and encouraging people to invest.
Working closely with Chirp’s founders and tapping into its network, FieldHouse secured interviews in major nationals such as The Daily Mail and The Telegraph. Further coverage appeared in key tech titles including WIRED, VentureBeat, The Next Web and TechWorld, as well as a slot on the BBC World’s Tech Tent, plus a dedicated blog on BBC News by renowned tech correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones.
The result? Chirp closed its crowdfunding campaign having received £752,530, 188% of its original goal.