360Bespoke is celebrating their three-year anniversary this summer. The Daily checked in with founder Jeremy Murphy to see how things are going.
Give us the 411 on your company, 360Bespoke.
We celebrated our three-year anniversary in June and got friends like Neil Patrick Harris, Mayim Bialik, Isaac Mizrahi, Matt Lanter, Charlie Siem, and Cote de Pablo to do video messages offering congrats. We opened a new office in London, headed by Harry Grapenthin. And we started a subdivision called business@bespoke for start-ups and tech.
Which clients are you working with at the moment?
We are fortunate that our core clientele has stayed with us. Charlie Siem, the violin virtuoso/ style muse, performed at Karl Lagerfeld’s tribute in June, and he got great press attention from that. Deborah Mitchell, the creator of the Heaven skincare line who does facials for the Royal Family, generates worldwide attention. We’re doing work with the FLY men’s grooming brand, and the fragrance subscription service called Scentbird, which is exciting. Our countertenor opera singer Iestyn Davies has a new album coming out, which we’ll be promoting. And we’re excited to be working with a younger influencer @stylesarah and an up-and-coming photographer Mark Grguric.
What is the range of services that you offer?
Mainly public relations, but we also do content development, speech writing, and media training. It’s a full menu.
What have been some favorite recent projects?
Personally, I got to work with Steve Madden on a speech for the ACE Awards from the Accessories Council. He was larger than life and very gracious. Any campaign with Charlie Siem is a dream. And I began working with his sister, Sasha, who is a musician in her own right. She’s releasing a new album in March that is getting a lot of buzz. But I enjoy all our projects. Every day is a new adventure.
How do you hope to grow?
Word of mouth. The best business comes from referrals. People know we do A+ work, and that gets around. We’re only as good as our last project. You have to remember that.
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