Prowly.com, a PR & brand journalism startup from Warsaw has officially launched in Sweden. The startup already works with clients like Spotify, Ikea and Stockholm-based NaturalBox.com
“Sweden has a great storytelling potential – brands like Saab, Spotify or Handelsbanken have already proven their understanding of what Brand Journalism is.” – says Joanna Drabent, CEO & Co-founder of Prowly. “By launching Prowly in Sweden, we want to provide this market with a proper tool to ensure that brands’ stories are being heard by the right audiences.”
Joanna Drabent, CEO & Co-founder at Prowly.com
"I really think Prowly is an awesome PR and digital tool. It allows you to be creative and create useful content together with embedding digital content. It takes PR and communication to a whole new level, and it's really convenient to work with. I would strongly recommend it to everyone who is working with brand building and social media. I just love it!”
Alicja Chlebna, Founder & CEO at NaturalBox.com
Prowly is an online platform for PR pros, content marketers and brand journalists designed to streamline their communications efforts. At the heart of Prowly’s technology is what the company calls a Brand Journal, which enables companies and agencies to put all of their social and video channels, photos and blog posts in one place that tells their brand story on a continual basis. Prowly also provides tools for audience & media database management, along with campaign tracking and analytics. Several hundred professionals already use Prowly, including PR team members for brands such as IKEA, Spotify and National Geographic.
Prowly has been established in May 2013 in Warsaw, Poland, where it now holds the leader position in the PR Software market. The startup currently employs seventeen people across its offices in Warsaw and Lodz (Poland), and Boston, Massachusetts. In January 2016, Prowly raised $1.1 M series pre-A funding to introduce the product abroad. Read more.
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