Katie de Cozar


CCgroup has been running and executing PR and Content Marketing campaigns targeting Enterprises for more than a decade. We understand the different nuances of the business and enterprise audiences and have a highly envied breadth of experience. From CIOs and CISOs to MSPs and heads of any business department, in a wide range of vertical industries, we’ve got it covered.


We build stand-out messaging for our clients, tightly focused on their target audiences’ pain points and their own business goals. We then use our lengthy experience in these sectors and data-driven audience insight programme¬†‘Catalyst’ (see the latest reports below) to develop throught-provoking, headline-grabbing and impactful multi-channel content that builds thought leadership positions.


PR is not just about press coverage anymore. Media engagements need to be supplemented with industry analyst relations, lead generation programmes, social media management and influencer targeting. Not all of these tactics apply for every business. What your campaign looks like depends on one sole factor: your business objectives.

Click here to see more of the results we have achieved for our Enterprise Tech clients.

PR-led content marketing for lead generation

Huddle adapted its go-to-market strategy to be mor...

How do IT decision-makers choose their suppliers?

Most UK B2B IT marketers are unaware of which info...

A new era of positivity for Azzurri Communications

Azzurri Communications needed to dispel a longsta...

Marketing to Attract Channel Partners

Where should UK tech vendors start when planning m...

In-house vs agency...busting the PR career myths

Over my career I've worked for companies and in agencies, and in that time have heard some sweeping generalisations about agency vs in-house which simply aren't true.

(yet) Another job for tech PRs

Digital transformation needs wide, non-IT, internal support. And while the senior tech person is well- or even best-placed to lead the charge, they still need help to secure the necessary votes.

CIOs: The ultimate moving targets

It's only going to get harder, this B2B tech PR lark. Especially in enterprise tech. Many of our clients target enterprise CIO or "IT decision makers" -not an easy business persona to understand.

Ready, aim... no, start again... aim... hang on...

The CMO is predicted to be spending more on technology than the CIO this year. Suddenly, B2B PR became trickier - who are we targeting, why and how?