There are around 20 agencies in Kettering, many of which are smaller agencies that work in the local area for SME’s and local firms. There are in addition around 10 larger marketing companies, that offer PR as part of a range of services they provide, such as web services, graphic design and various advertising services. There are also around 5 PR companies in Kettering that offer a specific industry focus. There are a number of larger PR agencies in nearby Peterborough just up the road.
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There are many PR companies in Kettering to choose from if you are looking for media representation. As there are over 50 PR agencies in Northampton just down the road, this gives businesses in this area a good selection to consider.
There are a few things to bear in mind before selecting a firm to work with:
All PR companies in Kettering have different approaches, so selecting the right one is essential for getting the best results possible. Should you need support on social media or the internet, there are many website designers in nearby Corby that can help.
All PR agencies in Kettering charge different amounts, so it is good to look around and compare different prices. Some companies charge per day, others per month and just a few on the basis of results. It can be very affordable or could be very expensive, so finding the right agency, that can provide great value for money, means comparing quotes and PR costs.
It is a town in Northamptonshire, situated just north east of Northampton. The name means ‘the place of Ketter’s people’, Ketter being an Anglo Saxon. During the Roman times, it was an area known for its iron making; lots of evidence for this remains. The Domesday Book of 1086 records the manor as being held in the ownership of the Abbey Of Peterborough, and valued at £11. Kettering, like Nottingham, was known as a centre of the shoe and boot industry in the 19th century, which continued up until the 1970’s, when the industry declined as a consequence of imports from the Far East. Kettering now has around 60,000 inhabitants (according the council statistics), and has good commuter links as it is centrally based in England.