There are about 30 PR agencies in Solihull, most of which are smaller agencies of around 2-3 staff, and a few freelance consultants who work both locally and nationally. In addition to the stand alone PR agencies in the area, there are some 15 larger ‘full service marketing companies’ that offer public relations as part of a wider range of marketing, such as digital design and web services. There are also PR companies in Solihull that focus on specific market sectors.
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As there is such a wide variety of PR companies in Solihull, it does give businesses in the area a choice. Generally there are advantages in working with a local agency as meetings can be quickly arranged to look at the campaign, to discuss issues, and so forth.
For smaller businesses, it is advised to talk to a smaller agency or freelancer, as their costs will more likely be lower than a larger company.
Meeting up with a local agency is important. It gives you a chance to get to know them and determine the experience they have in your industry. It also gives the agency a chance to fact find and get to know the ins and outs of your business, and so represent you better. They should already have contacts within the media in order to get the campaign off to a flying start, which in turn means quicker returns. If there are no suitable agencies around that you like, there are plenty of PR agencies in Birmingham that may well be able to help and support your campaign.
The Midlands has struggled with the recession as many businesses have, so the need to shop around and compare PR prices is essential. The highest quote does not necessarily mean the best coverage. This is where comparison comes in, to obtain advice on a proposed campaign balanced against cost. As a price comparison website, we want to help you get as much value for money in finding the best agency at the lowest price.
Solihull is situated in the West Midlands, just south of Birmingham. It is medieval in origin and historically was an important stopping point for mail coaches. There are still many fine Tudor buildings, and the school dates from 1560. As Birmingham grew during the Industrial Revolution, it remained a small market town. As with much of the Midlands, the area is known for the automotive sector, and the town is known for the production of Land Rovers and the nearby Triumph Motorcycle factory. It has around 100,000 inhabitants and just under 200,000 in the surrounding area according to council data. Solihull also includes famous landmarks such as the National Exhibition Centre and Birmingham Airport.