Don’t take our word for it on how we deliver for our clients. We thought you might like to hear it from our clients.

“Leap embodies what PR firms should be like, but rarely are. They don’t talk vaguely about generating buzz. Leap team members talk about building awareness and generating demand among target audiences, and then they follow up rigorously to monitor results. In our first year working with Leap, they secured coverage for Gild in such publications as The New York Times, Fortune, Forbes, AllThingsD, and O Magazine, and broadcast coverage on Bloomberg TV, NPR, and CNBC, among many others. And those weren’t just small mentions; Gild was the subject of a feature story in the Sunday business section of The New York Times, and Bloomberg TV aired a full segment interview with our CEO on their morning show. When others ask which PR firm we work with (which is near-constant at this point), I’m torn between bragging about Leap and protecting what I consider to be a competitive advantage.” — Michael Stapleton, VP of Marketing, Gild


“Efficient, knowledgeable, and has a perfect understanding of the startup scene — that’s how I’d summarize best what LEAP! PR is all about! We simply love to work with Merredith and her crew.”  — Julien Coustary – COO & Co-Founder, DoubleRecall


“LEAP! has done a tremendous job of raising our visibility in the national business media. They worked with us to develop a strategy, and then executed with amazing success. We’ve been loyal clients ever since.” – Rob Kahn, Chief Marketing Officer, Fenwick & West LLP


“Leap! PR is an invaluable partner.  They are really an extension of our team at GutCheck.  While they are certainly adept at the execution side of things, I really value their ability to push us strategically and challenge us to think in a lateral way.”  — Matt Warta, Founder and CEO, GutCheck


“Thickbuttons’ successful launch would be impossible without Merredith. It’s like a magic: One day you wake up a star made by the LEAP! team.” Dimitri Lisitski – Co-Founder, ThickButtons