PR and media relations

A starring role for your business?


Your business is thriving and you’ve got loads of followers, connections and ‘likes’ on social media. So why do you need PR, when your business is already well known and in demand? 

The answer is quite simple. Ambitious companies always want to achieve more and they know that press coverage will further enhance their credibility and take their company to the next level. 

Here are some of the main reasons why you might like to talk to us about raising your company’s profile in the media: 

You’ve got news. You’re launching a new product or service, have won an award or have grown your business and want to spread the word. 

You’re at the top of your game and now you want to sell your business. Press coverage can help bring it to the attention of potential buyers. 

Attracting talented employees is a high priority for you. And when they note your column inches on a regular basis, they are more likely to seek your company out. 

Maybe you don’t already have a high profile in the media. Or maybe you do. Either way, you want your business to be better known than it is at the moment. 

You want more sales. PR can’t guarantee sales leads or sales, but what it can do is bring your business to the attention of potential new customers or clients. It also reminds existing customers that they made the right choice, which can help strengthen customer retention. 

Running a PR campaign can be time-consuming though, when you’ve already got a busy day job. So, it’s best to leave it in the hands of an experienced professional. 

What can we do to help? We can create a clear communications strategy and plan; write your press releases and other press materials; and act as press office and media relations adviser, responding to press enquiries and proactively making contact with the media on your behalf. 

The sooner we get going the better. So give us a call on 07791 982519 or email for an initial, free, no-obligation chat. 

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