Montieth & Company is selected by European biomethane solutions provider Landwärme as agency of record for its US market media relations and stakeholder engagement program. The company, which is headquartered in Germany, is looking to raise visibility for its strong track record in biogas upgrading and biomethane trading. M&Co will leverage its expertise in strategic communications and media relations to highlight Landwärme’s scalable carbon capture, storage and usage solutions which it says are playing an increasingly important role in combatting climate change. “We wanted to partner with an agency that understands the importance of our mission and can effectively convey it to a broader audience,” said Landwärme founder and CEO Zoltan Elek. “With M&Co’s support we are confident that we can bring awareness to our mission: converting sources of biomethane into sources of negative emissions.”


Trevelino/Keller is engaged by women-owned, Florida-based clean skincare brand Asthetik Skincare. The agency will support Asthetik Skincare with a comprehensive growth marketing and PR approach that includes a refreshed website and e-commerce platform, media relations, influencer and affiliate marketing, and lead generation. The company’s products are made with plant-based ingredients and never tested on animals. “I wanted to create a brand that is real – made from real, clean ingredients that work for real people,” said the brand’s creator, Alexis Pfropper. “I am excited to work with Trevelino/Keller to tell that authentic story,”


Hill & Knowlton signs on with Be the Business, an independent charity which works to inspire greater productivity through business change. The agency will provide media relations expertise and stakeholder engagement as well as building the brand’s corporate reputation and trust among key audiences. The work will be led by Verity Dephoff, managing director, corporate affairs & advisory at Hill & Knowlton London. “Hill & Knowlton’s reputation for excellence and their track record for driving change align perfectly with our mission to boost small business productivity in the UK,” said Be the Business CEO Anthony Impey.