We're more than just a PR agency. We're part of the rural business network and can support you in a number of ways.
Megan has worked in tourism and hospitality from the age of 16 and has collected almost every badge you can get - from working as an "underwater ceramics technician" to senior management level and her pint-pulling skills are renowned across the land. Or Oakham, at least.
Combined with the blessing or curse that is blue-sky thinking, she's actually a pretty handy person to have as part of your team as she's brimming with ideas and the enthusiasm to boot.
So, if you're not sure whether you need month-to-month support but need some friendly advice or want to add one of these options to a package above, get in touch to discuss the options:
While PR is our specialism, we know it sits in line with your overall marketing goals and with a former marketing manager and strategist on the team, we'd be happy to go through various options with you, from budgeting to advertising.
Copy can make or break your business. If you're not a competent writer but want to streamline your website, compose a killer blog or send out a targeted press release, we'll be happy to help. We can even help you to find your voice and give your brand personality.
We bring our five PRinciples into our business consultations and look at everything from your social media channels to your visitor experience. Find out more on our PR services page.
Megan is an NCTJ qualified senior journalist and has worked on both sides of the fence. If you need copy writing for an advertorial or are interested in speaking to us about writing an article for your publication, get in touch.
Public relations training:
If you don't want to commit to the Rural PR Academy but know you need some training in your PR, we can provide bespoke training packages to suit your business needs.
Social media training:
This can be part of the PR training package (above) or as a stand-alone session. We'd be happy to take a look at your social media accounts and offer support and guidance from which networks work to content.
Media relations training:
Talking to the media can be scary (trust us, we've been on both sides of the mic), so understanding what the media is looking for and getting inside the head of a reporter can be really beneficial. We can help you to preempt the questions you'll be asked, compose strong responses and even arrange for you to speak to a journalist "off the record" to realise they're just human, too.
Cake (beer, cider, gin, etc, etc) tasting:
We're happy to save you the calories.
To send us cake samples or for more information about our bespoke services, please...