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It’s been a busy month for Tuesday, with clients winning awards and more excellent coverage delivered.

Sussex Business Awards 2018 Logo

Our clients are winning awards

We’re so pleased to announce that a number of our clients have been recognised for their work this month with prestigious awards.

We’ve been providing PR for Search Seven and their #share7 fundraising initiative to raise £17k across 7 charities in 2018. We’ve secured a great deal of broadcast, online and print coverage for them throughout the year. They’ve just been listed as finalists in the 2018 Sussex Business Awards for the Business in the Community category for their efforts. Well done guys.

Listen and Learn Research, who engaged us earlier in the year for help with their messaging have just scooped a Marketing Insights Award for their work for Premier Inn, as well as being a finalist in the MRS Awards in the financial services category.


Helping a hotel tech company to tell its story

Noetic Marketing Technologies is a guest optimisation platform for independent hotels looking to acquire, migrate and retain more direct bookings. We were engaged by them to clarify their core message and communicate the offering of their product.

We got the stakeholders together in a facilitated workshop where we took them through exercises to understand all of the functional features and benefits and the brand idea.

By the end of the four-hour session, we had written one executive summary to describe the product and why customers should buy into it. A few days later, the messaging was in situ and being used at a hotel conference where they were speaking alongside Google.

John Middleton exhibition at Red House Gallery

More coverage for RedHouse Originals

On Friday night we were delighted to be attending a launch party for our client, art gallery RedHouse Originals’ latest exhibition, Paint.

Paint showcases an enthralling body of work by celebrated artist John Middleton. He first came to prominence in the 1960s, but later removed himself from the commercial world to be a painter free of the ‘tangled mess’ of life, politics and religion. This seminal exhibition marks his final statement before stepping back into his studio and closing the shutters.

Following on from our success in achieving international, national and regional coverage for RedHouse’s Trooping the Colour, (including an exclusive in The Times, prominent coverage in the MailOnline, on ITV and the Chinese State broadcaster), we were chosen by them for PR services once more.

We’ve so far secured coverage in On Yorkshire, Arts Professional (print edition), Living North and Harrogate Advertiser with more to follow.

To talk to us about helping you to work on your brand message, tell your story or get you in the media, drop us a line.

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