Leopold + Frida is a full-service communications agency providing all the tools required to help your business grow. We work with clients across a range of industries, from food and drink, hair, beauty and fashion, lifestyle, interiors and property, to travel and hospitality. We firmly believe that each business is different and has its own story to tell, which is why we offer every client a service tailored to their individual needs.
Established in 2016 by communications expert Emma Miller and magazine editor Lynn O’Rourke, Leopold (which means ‘brave people’) + Frida (meaning ‘peace’) is based in historic Musselburgh, to the east of Edinburgh. With a talented and highly skilled team of quick-thinking, savvy communications professionals, Leopold + Frida has a wealth of industry contacts built up over two decades and offers big-agency thinking, while maintaining a personalised, friendly service – it’s our business to get people talking about your business.
Working with Leopold + Frida has been fantastic! Right from the start they really understood our brand and ethos; knowing just the right people to reach out to. In a short amount of time they’ve secured amazing coverage in Vogue, Grazia and Hello Magazine (just to name a few!) which has helped increase awareness of our products no end! A female dream team!
Leopold + Frida is heaven to work with. Intuitive and intelligent, they don’t bombard with useless information, but rather ensure that the right journalist is getting the right stuff at exactly the right time. They also have an excellent sense of humour, which always endears me hugely to anyone.
I love working with the Leopold + Frida team; not only are they full of fantastic ideas, but they know exactly the right people for me to meet. They’ve sourced amazing opportunities for me and helped take my profile to a new level, I couldn’t have done it without them.
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