PR Agencies In Durham

PR Agencies In DurhamCompare Quotes From 5 PR Companies In Durham

There are around 20 PR agencies in Durham, mainly smaller PR ’boutiques’ and freelancers.  Up to larger marketing companies that offer public relations as part of a variety of services.

This is generally to larger clients that are looking for a ‘full service agency’ to handle a variety of marketing.  If you were looking for web support, there are many smaller more local website designers in Durham that could be suited?  

There are also several PR companies in Durham that have a specific industry focus.  There are also a few smaller PR companies in Cumbria just to the west.

Just fill in the form to get free advice and quotes from PR companies in Durham that know your industry.

Talking To A Local Agency

Before looking outside of the city limits, it is worth talking to different local PR companies to see if they are suited to your campaign needs.  

Working with a local firm is always better than working with one that is hundreds of miles away.  One that you only talk to via e-mail or phone.  The personal contact is important, and it is essential that they know your business inside out in order to effectively represent you.

Selecting from PR agencies in Durham often comes down to industry experience.  Do they know your industry?  Do they work in your market?  Do they know the right media circles to pitch you to?  

Having this background should mean that the campaign gets up and running from the first month.  Meaning a quicker return on your investment.

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In today’s society it is always good to shop around and this is no different. All PR agencies in Durham charge different PR prices based on their experince, size and overheads.

A Quick Word About Durham

It is in the North of England and is well known for its fine Norman Cathedral dating back to the 11th century.  Durham University has been based at the castle since 1832, and is still one of the top universities in the UK attracting students from around the world.

The name comes from two old English words ‘dun’ meaning hill and ‘holme’ meaning on an island.  There are signs that it was occupied back to 2000 BC.

The whole of the city centre  is a conservation area, and there are no fewer than 630 listed buildings.

The city has a population of over 85,000 (according to council stats) and is known for its role in the Industrial Revolution as being a city involved in the production of coal.

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