360bespoke Generates Press of its Own.
360bespoke founder Jeremy Murphy shared the 360bespoke story, its strategy and future
The monthly glossy profiled 360bespoke founder Jeremy Murphy at his perch in the Polo Bar
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Even Monaco’s glitziest magazine is following 360bespoke.
The fashion bible has followed the 360bespoke story since its founding.
Jeremy Murphy finds success with unique collection and clients
It’s 6pm and Jeremy Murphy, founder of 360bespoke, is ensconced at his favourite perch: The Polo Bar, Ïn the back, by the fireplace”, he had texted previously. “I’m always early, so don’t be late”.
Punctuality is one attribute of the long-time PR executive who left CBS in 2016 to start his firm. Since then, he’s signed an electit mix of clients that range from violin virtuoso Charlie Siem to the recenly launched New York App Romio.
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After 14 years at CBS and a decadelong tenure as editor-in-chief of the netrowk’s Watch! magazine, Jeremy Murphy is off and running with his boutique customized media agency, 360bespoke.
Tell us about your new agency, 360bespoke
I was at CBS for 14 years, and lots of friends in beauty, fashion and the arts would ask me to help them with PR on the side. I’d give them advice and write press releases.
What's behind the name?
360bespoke offers the whole media perspective – PR, marketing, branding, content development, crisis communication, social media, media training.
First class has a new address
I started 360bespoke in April 2016. I was inspired to do so by the many artists I had the pleasure to work with at CBS. I created and edited their glossy magazine, Watch, for 10 years and introduced a culture section called MUSE.
Through this, I got to meet people renowned violonist Charlie Siem, opera singer Iestyn Davies, celebrity florist Jeff Leatham, skine care genius Deborah Mitchell. I so enjoyed befriending and learning about all of them, their craft, techniques, and lives.
360bespoke, targets the luxury space.
Longtime CBS Veteran Launches Boutique Communication Firm
360bespoke expands to London
After three years in business, New York-based media agency 360bespoke is expanding its operations to London. Jeremy Murphy, the former vice president of communications at CBS and creator and editor of CBS Watch magazine and founder of 360bespoke, has tapped sales executive Harry Grapenthin to oversee to London office.
Grapenthin will direct the company’s international business development and client services. Grapenthin previously oversaw the media and entertainment division for BurrellesLuce.