What we do

Our natural habitat? The front page of course
Any project worth its salt is like a jigsaw
It’s a sum of many parts
And it’s complex.

Whether you need:

– PR
– Events management
– Media and communications training
– Marketing planning
– Project management

Our job is to help you to pull it all together.
Filling in the gaps
Creating something
Crafting something
That’s worth shouting about.

“WhiteHot is a well-oiled outfit that is hard-working, straight-talking, imaginative and reliable.”

Phil Steele,
General Manager, intu Eldon Square

We work across a swathe of sectors:

Arts and culture · Fashion publications · Entertainment · Food and drink · Retail · Events · Launches · Theatre 


In simple terms, we know how to get the headlines you want
How to find the stories with the hooks and angles people want to read.
And how to make life simple for today’s harassed journalists.

We don’t deal in second-rate stories
Or lacklustre images.
But we know how to coax out stories
In a way that works for you.
No nagging. No harassing
No chasing. No stress.

And when we’ve got the story
We know who to call to place it.
When and how to pick up the phone
And why it’s so important to follow up
To make sure you stand the best chance of being published.

We read the newspapers on and offline
And our media contacts are second-to-none.
We’re targeted, and we’re focused
And we know how to talk to people.
Because businesses don’t thrive on email and social media
And because – even with the latest software update
It holds true that people buy from people.


We get bums on seats
We get restaurant bookings
We sell out events
We’ll work within your timeframe
Manage your expectations and
Create a buzz about what you do.

“WhiteHot communications played a significant role in brokering relations with the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games, getting stuck in when things needed doing and generally being very professional as well as fun to work with.  I wish we could have another Olympics, so I could work with them again!”

Tanya Gray,
Nations and Regions Coordinator for the London 2012 Games, Department of Culture Media and Sport