There are over 20 PR agencies in Canterbury. Many of which are smaller boutiques that operate out of rented offices or work from home as freelancers.
Canterbury also has around 15 marketing companies that offer public relations as part of a wider remit of marketing support to businesses around the city. Such as website design, branding and advertising.
If you needed website support, there are a variety of larger and smaller web design companies in Canterbury that can help.
Many of the branding companies in Canterbury offer public relations. Just fill in the form to get free quotes and advice from PR companies in Canterbury that know your industry sector.
There are hundreds of PR agencies in Kent to choose from, and as there are around 20 PR agencies in Canterbury, there is plenty of choice.
Working with a local firm is much better than one that is several hours drive away. Public relations needs the human touch, as opposed to working via e-mail.
Meeting an agency also gives assurance that they are who they claim on their website. Not a one man show working out of a bedroom. A meeting also gives an opportunity to meet the team. To talk through ideas and strategies.
Later a chance to review matters, and to look at their progress in terms of results. Asking the agency for details of some of their clients as referees to is also a good move. Asking the clients what the agency is like to deal with. Are they any good? Can they deliver results and are they reliable?
Choosing an agency that knows your industry is also very wise. Whatever sector you are in. Whether it be the IT industry, medical, legal or retail there are PR firms that specialise in every industry. Experience in your market is essential. Not just in the understanding of your products/services, but in being able to effectively communicate your message to your target audience.
All PR agencies in Canterbury charge different fees. As there is no standard rate all agencies set their own rates. Generally the larger the firm, the more they will charge. As they have higher overheads, higher staff costs and higher profit margins than smaller agencies.
Comparing PR prices from local companies should allow you to find the right local agency that knows your industry and does not overcharge.
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St Augustine was the first Archbishop of Canterbury in about 600 AD. Canterbury is a medieval city that has seen Anglo Saxons, Romans and Normans add and modify the heart of the city over the centuries.
Much of the old city was destroyed during the war, however there are still fine examples of mediaeval architecture.
The Cathedral dates from 1070 and a thousand years later still stands strong. The local economy depends on retail and tourism.