There are around 20 PR companies in Redditch, most of which are freelancers and smaller companies. There are some 20 larger marketing companies in town that offer this service as part of their marketing mix, such as branding and design. There are also a few PR companies in Bromsgrove that can provide you with a quote if needed?
Just fill in the form to get free advice and quotes from PR companies in Redditch that know your industry.
There is a wide choice of public relations companies around the local area to consider. It makes sense to work with a local agency rather than one that is several hours drive away, the main benefit being that a meeting can easily be scheduled to have that all important face to face contact, and to talk through ideas and strategies. If you feel that local firms are really not up to the job, then there are around 100 PR agencies in Birmingham that are more than capable of assisting with campaigns for you in the area.
The main consideration is whether the campaign is a smaller local campaign, or if it is more national or even international. Generally speaking smaller PR agencies in Redditch are better suited to smaller campaigns for local exposure and press coverage, whereas if you are looking for national or international exposure, then a larger firm or marketing company are more applicable.
As all PR companies in Redditch are independent, all will offer different rates and PR prices. Finding the right agency with the right experience and right resources is important, but cost is also very important. It is wise to shop around and compare prices to avoid overpaying unnecessarily.
It is located in the West Midlands situated just south of Birmingham. It is thought to date from around 1348, and was referred to as ‘Red-Dytch’, with reference to finding red clay in the nearby River Arrow. Redditch was the centre for the needle making industry. At one point over 90% of the worlds needles were manufactured in the town, and also the fishing tackle industry. It was also where the Royal Enfield Motorbikes were manufactured, until 1967 when the factory was closed; the factory did manufacture lawnmowers, motorbikes, and stationery engines. It currently has around 100,000 inhabitants according to council stats and is growing as Birmingham expands.