Our unique approach creates the visibility you need to influence, inform and engage - confidently and authentically.
Bit Famous for Businesses, Brands and Organisations
Tell your audiences what you stand for and why you're great to work with. We help you harness the 'expertise in the building' so you can easily share your messages, showcase your knowledge, experience and passion.
Be more authentic and visible
Communicate confidently about what you do and what you stand for
Engage customers, partners, policy makers, the wider public and the media
Bit Famous for Leaders
We help top teams to become more confident in their communication and more visible. Whether that's presenting to customers, clients and staff, or sharing industry knowledge and expertise with a wider audience.
More visible and confident leaders
Get known for your industry knowledge and expertise
Communicate your purpose to customers, colleagues and candidates
Bit Famous for Teams
Bit Famous creates a stable of enthusiastic brand ambassadors within your organisation, who can authentically share your purpose.
Empower your people to represent your brand in an authentic way
Create greater engagement among your colleagues
Become more attractive to candidates
How we work
Modern organisations recognise that traditional marketing and PR can only go so far in engaging audiences.
The Bit Famous ethos is a winning combination of strategy and skills, where the whole organisation communicates and influences in an authentic and expert way.
Through training and coaching programmes we develop the skills your people need to:
Appear on traditional media as go-to experts
Share expertise and thought leadership on the media you create
Shine at live events as speakers or panelists
Who's behind Bit Famous?
Award winning motivational speaker Penny Haslam is a former BBC business journalist, who presented on BBC Breakfast, News Channel, Panorama and Radio 5 Live . She speaks about visibility and confidence and is the author of Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous.
TV director and producer with credits for Channel 4, BBC, UKTV & Sky. As a former national news journalist Steve reported for BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat and Radio 5 Live. Steve is a former trainer with the BBC Academy.