It makes sense to talk to an agency that is local. There are hundreds of PR agencies spread throughout the south-east, however travel can be an issue. As the roads in the area tend to be very busy, owing to the freight and transport routes.
As PR agencies in Kent will differ in many respects, all will provide different quotes for the campaigns they run. This being the case it is wise to compare prices, even if it does mean working with a public relations firm some distance away. Generally speaking, the larger the PR firm, the higher their PR prices will be. This is logical based on the fact that they will have more staff and more expensive offices, with probably higher profit margins, over a smaller agency or freelancer. Larger businesses, trading overseas, will require a larger PR agency with a more global reach. As opposed to a freelancer, whereas smaller companies will probably need a smaller agency that is more flexible.
Dover is famous for its white cliffs, and for many centuries the symbol of Britain’s solid independence from the world separated by the English Channel, it originally got its name from the river Doer, on which it is situated. The government had an opportunity to sell the port to the French in Calais, but relented in the face of local opposition. The port still provides a good deal of employment, but ferry services have declined with the opening of the Channel Tunnel. It is a town of opportunity. There is a population of roughly 30,000 in Dover according to council statistics.