With British celebrities ruling Hollywood and the cult of reality TV going from strength to strength the celebrity PR agency is having a Renaissance. The best celebrity PR agencies in London are spanning the globe from the UK’s capital with a pool of talent who operate in a multi-channel digital environment.
The best PR agencies in Brighton - There’s something intrinsic about the success of PR agencies in Brighton. It is as if the sea air and close proximity to London has created a bubbling, networking pot of chatty, tenacious people who are good at making things happen.
Synonymous with Brighton’s PR scene since the mid 1990s is Founder of Midnight Communications, Caraline Brown. It was the very first PR agency in the UK to specialise in the internet. She says, “Brighton seemed the natural choice to set up as it was also at the forefront of all things digital.”
The city of Leeds has a thriving digital marketing scene fueled by a unique community of like minded businesses and individuals who have forged a network pushing forward and enhancing performance.
Here are the top 5 best digital agencies in Leeds with insight from their principles on why it is such a thriving scene.
The Government's roster for communications services has been announced today. The new framework pledged to work with smaller and 'new to Government' breaking the status quo of the usual long established corporate agencies.
The 11 lots, which cover a range of marketing communications functions, including advertising, production, media channel planning and digital marketing. Good news for Leeds based twenty six in digital and long established independent Nexus in PR. The announcement of the "communications services" framework follows the naming in December of 27 firms to the GCS's "campaign solutions" framework.
Lisa O'Neill is Media Relations Director, EMEA at Pfizer.
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Anna is Head of Marketing for the IWSC Group. She runs marketing and communications for the globally renowned International Wine and Spirit Competition and their numerous brand spin-offs and innovations. Her job takes her all over the world regularly working with individuals and agencies in the U.S., South America, Asia and Australia. Her remit encompasses hundreds of live events, publications, digital and brand comms.
Anna was previously at EMAP and Thomson Reuters based in New York. Even in her students days she was Campus Brand Manager for StudentBeans.com
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Oli is a marketing professional with a specialism in understanding and interpreting the customer experience. He started at Cable & Wireless, headed up marketing at education innovator Whizz Education before developing numerous digital product offerings for O2/Telefonica customers including O2 Tu Go http://www.o2.co.uk/apps/tu-go and a current partnership with Mozilla https://www.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/hello/
Oli has worked with many agencies large and small and sees #agencytalent as the vital component in both successful work and client / agency relationships
Aileen is Head of Consumer Insight at McDonalds heading up their UK strategy for what is undoubtedly a new world for one of the world's most loved and most recognised brands. To understand the McDonalds consumer is surely to undertand the nature of Britain as a whole today. She started out as an Industrial chemist before switching sides to become a Senior Researcher for Proctor and Gamble. She has also worked agency-side with TNS where she worked for the UK's leading brands for 14 years. She then went in-house to Debenhams before joining McDonalds. She knows a thing or two about UK consumers...