There are around 20 PR agencies in Liverpool, mainly small agencies that work from rented offices around the city. The problem is finding the right agency, as all are different with different experience. That is where we can help, be getting your quotes from 5 local public relations agencies that know your industry. Just fill in the form to get quotes and advice from 5 PR companies in Liverpool that know your industry sector.
The city also has around 30 marketing companies that offer media services as part of a broader range of marketing support, such as graphic and digital design, web services and branding, to clients that need more than just media support. In addition there are many website designers in Liverpool that can support your PR campaign via online and social media. Public relations is all about communication and communicating your unique message to your unique audience.
There are a great variety of PR agencies in Liverpool to select from, so businesses of any kind have a wide choice of flavours to select from. When selecting a PR agency, there are a few things to consider:
Therefore all PR agencies in Liverpool are different. So there is the need to talk to a few in order to find one that ticks all your boxes, one that you can get on with and one that you can trust. It is worth asking for recommendations and testimonials from agencies, talking to some of their current clients to find out what they are like to work with, are they good at achieving results and are they providing a good return on investment? Like any price comparison website, we want to help you find the best public relations agency for your business, for the lowest price.
Liverpool is probably best known as a major port. From the 18th century it has been a gateway of wealth into Britain, notably from the West Indies and Caribbean linked to the transport of slaves across the Atlantic from Africa. By the start of the 19th century a large proportion of world trade passed through the docks, and this stream of wealth is reflected in the architecture to this day. The first mention of Liverpool were in King John’s letters patent in 1207; in the 16th century the population was only 500. The original 7 streets were laid out in a ‘H’ shape – Whiteacre Street, Moor Street, Juggler Street, Dale Street, Chapel Street, Castle Street and Bank Street. RMS Titanic was registered in Liverpool, although it was build in Ireland, in 1912. During World War II there were 80 air raids on Liverpool killing around 2500 people. The Beatles were from Liverpool in the 1960’s and brought the ‘Merseybeat’ to the world.