There are around 30 PR agencies in Cheltenham that offer support, most of these are smaller agencies that work for SME’s in the area.
There are around 25 ‘full service marketing agencies’ in the area that offer PR services along with other areas of marketing. Services such as advertising, branding and SEO as a more complete marketing package. There are also around 10 PR companies in Gloucester that are fairly local should you not find a local one. If you needed web support, there are a few website designers in Cheltenham that could help out.
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Working with someone local is always preferable to working with a firm that is hundreds of miles away for several reasons:
Quizzing a company about their experience should give you a feel for whether they are suited to develop your campaign or not. A PR agency can help with maintaining and building your brand post COVID as part of the overall strategy for media exposure.
If the PR agency in Cheltenham knows your product/service then chances are they will be able to do a better job of generating you media exposure.
Also looking at their client portfolio should show what sectors they have worked in previously. If they have already worked for firms similar to yours, then they have probably identified the key publications to use They will also have contacts to speed the return on your investment.
All public relations companies are unique; as there are no standard rates, they tend to charge what they feel is appropriate for their services. This is based on their size, their experience, their overheads and profit margins. As all businesses are looking for cost savings these days, comparing PR prices is necessary.
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Cheltenham has a population of 115,000 according to the council website.
It is in the north of Gloucestershire and, thanks to a naturally occurring spring of mineral water discovered in 1716, it is a spa town, like Buxton, Harrogate and Bath.
Another unrelated claim to fame is its horse racing.
It is now a hub for industries such as engineering, aerospace and electronics.
The Head Office of GCHQ is to be found here.
The first British jet powered aircraft (Gloster E.28/39) was built in Gloucester in 1939, but it never saw military action, as only two prototypes were ever built.