Carrot Communications

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Carrot Communications Ltd describes itself as a "a content, communications and PR agency that focuses on creating conversations between a business and its audience. [They] work with fast-growth companies, often (but not exclusively) with a technology background."[1] Founded in 2000, Carrot is a privately held company with 12 employees.[2]

Carrot Communications has offices in the Grosvenor Gardens area of London alongside a number of 'green technology', carbon offsetting and other companies profiting from 'climate solutions' and policy advice.

Its website claims that it specialises in the fast growing technology sector, mainly IT related, but also in green technology and biofuels.

It had advised BT, Nestle and Nokia to name a few.

Clients

Clients as of July 2009:[3]

People

Twitter

Richard[6], Kate[7] and Gemma[8] all have Twitter accounts, and there is also a company account[9].

Affiliates

As of July 2009:[10]

Associate companies – none

Resources

Contact

Main office:

Gainsborough House
81 Oxford Street
London
W1D 2EU

Phone: +44 207 903 5103

Also:

Grosvenor Gardens House,
35-37 Grosvenor Gardens
London
SW1W 0BS

Notes

  1. Home page, Carrot Communications Ltd website, accessed 29 Jan 2010
  2. LinkedIn, Carrot Communications Ltd, accessed 5 Feb 2010
  3. Email to SpinProfiles editors from Gemma Storey, Operations Manager of Carrot Communications, 7 July 2009
  4. LinkedIn, Richard Houghton, acessed 29 Jan 2010
  5. LinkedIn, Gemma Storey, acessed 3 Feb 2010
  6. Twitter, Richard Houghton, accesed 29 Jan 2010
  7. Twitter, Kate Hartley, accessed 29 Jan 2010
  8. Twitter, Gemma Storey, accessed 2 Feb 2010
  9. Twitter, Carrot Communications, acessed 5 Feb 2010
  10. Email to SpinProfiles editors from Gemma Storey, Operations Manager of Carrot Communications, 7 July 2009