We’re based in Nashville. We’re a small, dedicated team. We’re located on the wrong side of the tracks (but in the middle of the hottest new Nashville restaurants, coffee shops and bars).

We’re growing, and we want to meet you. Send us a note BELOW, we’d love to hear from you.


We’re looking for a PR pro with experience in media, publishing, advertising, entertainment or tech who is ready for the next challenge. You’ve got 5-10ish years of experience helping companies gain traction, taking their businesses to the next level.

You understand what needs to happen when a technology-driven startup is ready to announce a major funding round, new partnerships, key hires - all the bread and butter work that builds a healthy presence in the press. You have contacts at publications covering the space, not just email addresses, but actual relationships. You know the conferences, awards, influencers and experts that matter to startups across a number of technology verticals - but especially media and publishing.

You’re also a bit tired of sending clients reports showing they had 4 billion impressions following their last announcement. You know those numbers are trumped up, misrepresent reality, and don’t reflect the actual awareness your stories generated. You’re hungry for a different way of proving the value of your work. You might even have some ideas of your own, but more than anything you’re willing to learn and experiment with what we have to offer.


Calling all self-starters and detail-oriented team players in advertising or PR account services. Our clients are ad and media agencies, publishers and startups. You’re a student of the advertising industry and find yourself seeking out the next big agencies, the hottest campaigns, the most controversial brand moves and more. Staying on top of the news cycle is a must.

This Assistant Account Executive role supports initiatives spanning Raven’s client roster. You have strong decision-making and organizational skills - and you’re a pro when it comes to moving projects forward. This includes, but is not limited to, foundational research, creating internal and client-facing documents that are easy-to-use and easy-to-read, social media copywriting skills, and client reporting.

All of this, plus keeping the trains running on time (did we mention we’re on the train tracks).