WHO WE ARE
Bianca Caampued (5'0'') and Mallory Blair (5'3'') are small girls. Together, they steer a team of many talented taller people to power Small Girls PR.
"Helmed by two PR Girls who clearly have a knack for building buzz"
"One of the most successful boutique PR firms in New York City" - BuzzFeed
"Their firm has become the go-to buzz builder for tech/media companies... They’ve also shaped the way fashion companies and bloggers work together by creating promotions that feel natural rather than forced." - Daily Candy
"Bianca Caampued & Mallory Blair have become the reigning prom queens of the New York tech scene" - NY Post
"Part of the appeal of working with Small Girls is merely being associated with their widespread Internet presence" - Wall Street Journal
"[Clients] flock to the company for its relentlessly bubbly but incredibly canny use of social media (and the force of its founders’ personalities) to work event magic for even the most staid, old-guard brands. If we had to guess how public relations will look over the course of the next decade, it’d be like this" - L Magazine
HOW WE WORK
We named our company eponymously because our whole M.O. is championing a personal approach to public relations. We've never mass BCC'd reporters. We don't issue press releases. We've only ever used a wire once when we were forced to by pirates.
What do we do? We pull out the most compelling stories from our clients - from uncovering noteworthy trends in their user data to compiling areas of unique thought leadership. Then, we curate the right reporter to work with on the story at hand.
In addition to crafting newsworthy narratives, we create ownable moments. We've liveblogged wearing prom dresses every day for a month. We've gone on livestreamed dates for a dating site. We've thrown NY's first tech fashion show and Texas's first robot barista bar. We think outside the box because we've never been inside one.
Our founders were some of the first editors appointed to Tumblr's taste-making Radar, borne from the blogging community, and work as both friend and colleague with the rising generation of new media influencers. That's part of our sauce- we work with our friends. We'd like you to be our friend, too.