"CCgroup are the thinking brand's PR agency."
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CCgroup is a B2B Tech PR consultancy headquartered in London, focusing on the Telecoms, Fintech, Enterprise Tech and Deep Tech sectors. Our people come from a variety of backgrounds and share a passion for technology, innovation and the new. We pride ourselves on being experts in our fields and advocates for our clients.
Diversity is critically important to us. We’re committing ourselves to The Blueprint to make sure we do everything we can to make CCgroup the most inclusive agency we can be. For transparency, as of June 2021, we’re 26% Black, Asian, mixed race and minority ethnic. Better than the PR industry average, but this is a journey – and we have a way to go. Get in touch to hear more about our plans.
On these pages you can find out what it’s like to work at CCgroup.
Laura Kolb looks after all things people. She is involved in everything from recruitment and induction to training & development and works with our Marketing Manager in making sure that CCgroup is a great place to work.
We’re looking for a Junior Account Executive to provide a crucial support to account teams - ensuring that potential opportunities are seized for clients and that successes are communicated to clients regularly and effectively.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven Account Manager to work across our portfolio of clients.
When we ask our people what they enjoy most about working at CCgroup, three recurrent themes emerge: our clients, our people and our working environment.
"To be the most sought after PR and marketing consultancy for international technology organisations"
We have deep knowledge of our chosen tech sectors based on decades of experience. Our unique series of Catalyst research reports reveal how to influence tech buying audiences within our sectors. This allows us to speak confidently and with authority, without being arrogant.
We’re a forward-thinking company with big plans for our clients and ourselves. We aim high and encourage our clients to do the same. This ambition and optimism is a constant in everything we say and do.
Naturally inquisitive, we love questioning and challenging convention. We speak up when we don’t agree, and our clients love us for it. We actively embrace open dialogue and healthy debate, whether speaking to a client or influencer or writing a blog
Internally we look after each other, nurturing career growth through training and development. Questions are encouraged, learning is embraced. The same goes externally. We are generous with our insights, personable and warm-hearted.
The tech and PR worlds are drowning in jargon. We speak as plainly, as honestly and as humanly as possible. We are open, good fun and down-to-earth with each other, our clients and our partners.