Uprise PR launches a speech writing division

Uprise PR, an agency focused on raising the profile of start-ups and SMEs in the UK, is launching a speech writing service to help clients capitalise on keynote public speaking and after-dinner drinks opportunities.

The new service will offer clients access to a team of experienced speechwriters and allow them to select the individual most appropriate to their needs.

Most of the agency’s speechwriters are established media trainers too, and so are also able to provide coaching on speech delivery.

Emily Dent, director at Uprise, said: “Making a highly engaging, passionate and entertaining speech at an industry function is one of the most cost-effective ways of raising your company’s profile.

“Unfortunately, some start-ups waste such a valuable opportunity by putting on performances that range from distinctly average to downright tedious.  With this new service, we will ensure our clients get the most out of such opportunities, leaving a lasting impression on their audience.”

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