SFR Medical was created to produce medical evidence reports in a timelier and more cost efficient manner. SFR Medical contracted Mantis to help raise awareness of its services to police forces and medical professionals.
Mantis set about building its first spinout PR campaign for Ferryx, and launching its first product development partnership.
My first month at Mantis has been a whirlwind of discovery and adaption, some of it harder and all of it valuable. Every day is different and unexpected, but the one constant is the team.
As the year continues to fly by, don’t miss out on all the wonderful events and conferences that are taking place in the second half of 2021. To help, here is an updated 2021 events guide, which is well worth a look by any comms teams.
Behind the scenes at a university spinout: Mantis talks to Mark Newton, Managing Director of CoSector – University of London
Account Director Lauren Gill sat down with Pete Fennell, Cantium’s Head of Marketing, to find out what it is like to move from a career in the private sector to work in the public sector, and in particular, for a LatCo.
In this healthtech podcast, Joe Stringer from Octopus Ventures, authors of “Spinning out Success”, the 2020 ranking of Universities' record at turning research into world-changing companies, discusses healthtech, medtech and digital health.
In our latest podcast Mantis' Rebecca Paddick and Eleanor Willock interview three experts from the world of tech investment
Congratulations to Lily Smit for promotion to Senior Account Manager. Lily also now plays a crucial role in our talent team, recruiting and nurturing our staff.
This week, the Government Communication Service (GCS) launched its communications plan for 21/22, setting out UK Government Communications objectives and priorities for the year ahead.
Mantis has further expanded its social care and healthtech client base with new win Imosphere.
Minister Oliver Dowden MP has just launched DCMS’s top 10 #TechPriorities for the UK. But, where’s the PR opportunity? How can we be part of this narrative? And should we?