Bringing together some of the country’s best PR consultants, journalists & marketers, Artemis tailors its skills, resources and expertise to match clients’ specific needs and propel you ahead of the competition.
Everyone within the Artemis team is director level. This means that you will receive the very best advice and service from some of the best people in the industry.
Emma Parker-Goff and Artemis’ enthusiasm for its services and the market in which it operates is infectious. The Artemis team has supported my business with a very personable approach and not only an in depth knowledge of the media but also the strategic aims and goals of my company.
Emma is the managing director of Artemis Media Profile.
Emma began her career working in Westminster as a political researcher. Today, Emma specialises in crisis management, corporate media relations, B2B public affairs and business development. She has had a highly successful career in the media, which began at global public relation agency Freud Communications - where she was the youngest ever corporate manager. During this time, she worked with high profile clients including Nike, Pepsi, KFC, Tricon International and Confetti.
Emma launched Artemis in 2007 and the firm operates across a range of sectors including marine services, defence, housing, the medical and third sector and professional services.
Emma advises at board level and is trustee of The Hive, Wirral Youth Zone and a former trustee of Tranmere Rovers in the Community.
Tessa is a Director at Artemis and is responsible for leading business development in the South West of England.
Tessa brings a wealth of communications and marketing experience from the engineering, utilities, defence and automotive sectors.
Tessa said: “Returning to agency-side communications takes me full-circle to when I started my career at Freud Communications all those years ago.
“Since then, I’ve worked for large corporates including South West Water, Viridor, Dana Incorporated and Babcock Marine, as well as South West-based SMEs and start-ups, so I should bring some great insight into what businesses are looking for from their communications and marketing agency.
“I am also really excited to be leading business growth in the South West, where there are so many fantastic marine, engineering and technology companies with great stories to tell.”
With almost 20 years agency and client side PR experience helping businesses to manage their reputations, Helen is a seasoned operator, and an expert in media relations, marketing consultancy and content marketing, Helen prides herself on her proactive, creative and direct approach.
Elliott is the PR and Marketing Account Manager at Artemis.
Elliott has vast media and communications experience having worked at the Daily Mail and Liverpool ECHO.
Having started his career as a football writer, most recently covering Everton and Liverpool Football Clubs, he later worked for a football app in Berlin, Germany and also held the position of Senior Writer at The Sportsman.
With an excellent eye for a story and boasting a large number of contacts in the media industry, Elliott is now driving Artemis client coverage in the national and local press.
Rebecca Littledyke is an Account Executive at Artemis.
Rebecca has a First Class BSc Marketing Degree from the University of York and has joined the team after completing a six-month internship with Artemis, specialising in delivering digital marketing campaigns for our portfolio of clients.
Rebecca has worked on a number of Marketing Consultancy Projects for companies including global brand Proctor and Gamble (P&G) as well as sustainable start-up Myroo Skincare. During her internship at Artemis, Rebecca has demonstrated her digital capabilities, supporting a range of clients including Cammell Laird, A&P Group and Queenscourt Hospice.
She said: “I have already learned so much from Emma and her team about the public relations industry and have thoroughly enjoyed working across such a diverse range of sectors. I am very excited about the next chapter of my time with Artemis.”