Due to being between the M3 & M4 motorways, it is a popular site for marketing agencies to base themselves, as the rates are cheaper than Oxford and London, resulting in some 30 firms in the area. There are around 5 PR agencies in Newbury, mainly freelance journalists and smaller public relations firms that offer local media support. There are a few PR companies in Newbury that offer a specific industry focus.
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For businesses based in and around the town, it is advisable to talk to PR agencies in Newbury that are local. This allows the opportunity of easy meetings and also the means to get to know the agency face to face. As there are lots of PR agencies in Berkshire to choose from, there are options.
Another benefit of working with someone local is the facility to have ‘review meetings’, in order to assess how the campaign is going, and to look at ways of improvement. Looking at the sector that the agency is most experienced in is also something important to be considered, as many firms specialise in niche industries.
As all PR agencies in Newbury are different, all will provide different rates and PR prices will vary. It is wise to shop around as no one likes paying over the odds; indeed while the cheapest is not necessarily the best, the most expensive agency will not mean the best media coverage. It is important not just to get details of cost, but also advice and details of the campaign to be followed.
It is a town based in Berkshire, this is a quaint market town that still has the feel of a 17th century market town, with many of the original period buildings remaining in place.
It is famous for its racecourse, Newbury Races, and for the now disused air base at Greenham Common. Although there are many ancient artefacts that have been found around the town, the first evidence of there being a settlement in the town is when it was established as a ‘new borough’ by the Normans, hence the name New-Bury or New Borough. These days the town is best known for housing the headquarters of the mobile phone giant Vodafone, who employ around 6,500 on site, along with a variety of other SME companies around the town. The population is just under 30,000 according to council information, and the town has a history in the cloth industry, which has all but gone these days due to cheap imports.