There are around 10 PR agencies in Wolverhampton, ranging from freelancers and startup copywriters, up to firms that employ a small number of media consultants. In and around the city there are also some 20 marketing companies that offer public relations services as part of a broader mix of marketing support, such as branding, advertising and digital media. There are a few PR companies that focus on niche industry sectors.
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Wolverhampton these days has a broad range of industries, including financial, legal, manufacture and education; firms also have a broad range of experience across these sectors. Many of these are not restricted by location and will take on clients who are based hundreds of miles away, as much support can be done via e-mail. It is however always advisable to talk to agencies that are based in and around the city, as the advantages of working with a local contact cannot be over emphasised. There is always an allegiance that comes with working locally and a loyalty, that is not there when dealing via e-mail or telephone.
Meeting PR agencies in Wolverhampton also gives a chance to see their offices, meet the team and talk through their industry experience. By selecting a firm that has a background in your sector you are more likely to obtain quick results, as they should have established relationships with the media that are to be targeted, meaning a speedier return on your investment.
Comparing PR prices is really no different to comparing any other business service or product. All PR agencies in Wolverhampton offer different approaches and charge different rates, so by shopping around you should find the best firm for the best price.
As the picture shows, the symbol for the city is the wolf; the football team, Wolverhampton Wanderers, are known as ‘wolves‘. Wolverhampton has around 250,000 people living in the city according to council stats, which is situated in the West Midlands in the county of Staffordshire. Due to two major fires in the 17th century, the first fire engine was purchased in 1703. Wolverhampton was known for its metal industry, keys, locks and metalwork, and for the natural reserves of coal and iron in the area. Major employers are in the fields of banking, construction, brewing, aerospace and manufacturing.