We work with words - personal websites, books, social media accounts, Wikipedia biographies, speeches and opinion pieces.
Berkeley's service is self-subsidising - our clients enjoy greater influence and less time spent at their computers.
Berkeley's founders are former business book publishers who have worked with numerous Rich List entrepreneurs and executives.
The first port of call for Google - and everyone else.
Your Wikipedia page is at the heart of your online profile. Berkeley researches finely-detailed Wikipedia biographies and monitors them for fairness and accuracy.
Get paid to be you.
Conference speeches are a lucrative and rewarding way to network. Berkeley is your commission-free agent and speechwriter. We promote newcomers to the circuit and help experienced speakers achieve more bookings & income.
Well dressed everywhere.
Berkeley builds and maintains beautiful personal websites. We arrange guest bloggers, search engine optimisation and translation services.
Set the agenda.
We ghost-write opinion pieces in high-profile publications; we'll also research your own writing projects. Our work has appeared in the Financial Times, the Harvard Business Review, the Daily Mail and in books published by Penguin and Wiley. We retain only the most senior writers and researchers.
Your ideas and memories made real.
Books confer credibility. We use our industry connections to land book deals with top-tier publishers. Berkeley can also self-publish, including memoirs, business books and art books.
A little and often gets you noticed.
We'll post your latest news and thoughts to Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter - and to their successors.
I am in the public eye whether I like it or not.
The media keeps writing the same few things about me.
I've seen a lot, learned a lot and met everyone. A book might be fun.
My speeches go down well. Shouldn't I get more bookings?
My peers are competitive people. Some are digital natives.
My online profile is always out of date.
My employer's PR firm is there to promote my employer, not me and my career.