Telling the stories of companies changing the world
Words + Pixels is a specialist PR agency, disrupting the typical agency model which has often failed high growth businesses.
We give brands the platform to disrupt their industry through targeted, measurable results.
Our work tackles some of society’s biggest issues, from sustainability to wellbeing and inclusivity.
We give challengers a voice.
“W+P provided incredible opportunities to tell our story, creating those ‘wow’ moments that got people talking globally. The results were incredible - they achieved vast earned media reach that set the media agenda.
Ultimately, this provided the ultimate success metric, linking the brand to a wide variety of new consumers”
Matthew Radmanovich Head of General Sports & Event Communications, Red Bull
“Karma’s media coverage has quadrupled since the first month of our collaboration. The whole team has always been very available and dedicated to our business needs”
Julien Flandre VP Marketing, Karma
“I’ve engaged many PR companies over the years, it’s always a great sales presentation followed by an expensive ongoing retainer. W+P is delightfully and refreshingly different, it’s as if the team are a part of ours”
Anthony Rose CEO, SeedLegals
“We’ve been trying to ‘crack’ PR for three years, and the team at Words + Pixels cracked it in three months, securing hero coverage in the likes of Telegraph Magazine, Time Out and Monocle that have really delivered from both a brand and a customer-focused perspective”
Tom Broughton Founder, Cubitts
“Having worked with multiple agencies in the past, these guys understand startups which is the core difference to other agencies. They understand the need to gain quality results over quantity and they have helped give us the edge over any of our competitors”
Lee Thompson Co-founder, Flash Pack
“What’s unique is Words + Pixels proactively generated coverage via consumer case studies and surveys, rather than waiting until we had announcements. They've instantly understood our brand, so much so that we run our ad campaigns past them as an extra sense check”