Who we are
Founded by Melissa Byrne in 2009, our reputation has been built up over the past ten years culminating in a network and expertise that spans many sectors and a creative cross fertilization that generates the most benefit to clients. Based in London but working internationally we specialise in the design, art, travel, architecture, design, luxury and craft sectors.
After a 15 year career working both in agency and in house for some of the world’s best known names, Melissa established Byrne Communications to work on a more intimate scale for private clients and on a freelance basis. During that time she has headed up Public Relations at The Conran Shop for four years and has worked on campaigns for brands including Harrods, The Crafts Council, Lalique and its hotels Chateau Lafaurie-Peyraguey and Villa Rene Lalique, Leica, Steinway & Sons and Savills.
What people say about us
“Byrne Comms are an an ace in the interiors space and have done a great job getting the word out there for Rise&Fall.”
Will Coulton, founders Rise&Fall
“Melissa is expert at generating feature length coverage.”
Melissa McCafferty, Head of partnerships at eporta
“Melissa contacts me with stories that are relevant and is always quick to respond.”
Carol Lewis, commissioning editor, The Times.
From small scale start-ups to global campaigns, listening lies at the heart of the Byrne Communications process so that all campaigns are centred on supporting business objectives. Specialising in feature length coverage, the media landscape and communications tools available are constantly changing and each campaign is made to fit.
To achieve that, Melissa works directly with every client – whether they have a strong vision of what they want or to create a campaign that delivers objectives.
While Byrne Communications works across a range of sectors, all of our work is centred on achieving the greatest impact and delivering results and relies on matching expert and creative consultants to create campaigns that exceed expectations.
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