There are over 20 PR agencies in Lincoln and the surrounding area which are mainly smaller agencies that do work with SME’s and startup companies in Lincolnshire.
It is not known as a hub of industry, certainly these days, so larger public relations companies tend to relocate to neighbouring cities, such as Nottingham or Peterborough. There are a few PR companies in Lincoln that focus on specific industry sectors. If you need web support, there are some great website designers in Lincoln to chat to.
Just fill in the form to get free advice and quotes from PR companies in Lincoln that know your industry sector.
For businesses that are in Lincoln, or work in the city, there are advantages to using a local public relations firm.
Visiting them for meetings should not be too much trouble; Lincolnshire is quite a large county, therefore working with an agency that is outside of the county would make such things awkward. Meetings are always a good idea, as public relations is all about communication, and to effectively communicate, face to face discussions win over e-mail or ‘phone conversations.
In addition to choosing an agency that is local, another thing to consider is their experience. No matter what sector of industry you are in, whether it is farming, ship building or law. A PR agency that understands your industry would tackle your campaign much more effectively than one that has no previous experience.
Media coverage can be a very good way to maintain and build a successful brand.
Cost is always a deciding factor with anything, and PR is no different. It is wise to get a feel for what different agencies charge, and what sort of campaign they offer for your money. Completing our form gives you a chance to compare PR prices and find out what is a reasonable price to pay to PR agencies in Lincoln that knows your industry.
Lincoln can trace its roots back to iron age times when there was a wooden hill fort erected to dominate the town.
It has around 100,000 people living in it, and the town has grown steadily since early Romans and Viking raiders saw it as a good place to set up shop.
The popular landmark is its magnificent Norman cathedral which first started to be built in 1092, and still draws tourists in from around the UK.
Lincoln still remains a very much medieval looking city with its ancient streets and houses; its other claim to fame is that the first ever tank was built here during WW1 and it continued to produce tanks and ammunition during WW2.
The primary industries are government, farming and tourism; however as students leave Lincoln University, this is diversifying into other industrial sectors such as legal services, accountants and marketing.