Graham Parker (Parker PR)
|Last online||21st Mar 2013|
|Member since||9th May 2011|
|Number of views||134|
|Number of posts||39|
|Number of testimonials||8|
|PR: proactive public and media relations|
|Media & communication|
|Marketing & PR|
|Event Management Services|
Parker PR is a leading Public Relations & Marketing agency based in Nottinghamshire that specialises in helping businesses and organisations find and keep more customers.
If you are looking for profitable relationships with customers, suppliers and other stakeholders - we can do that for you with effective public relations campaigns. Our clients say we do more for them than any other PR agency they have ever worked with.If you are looking for profitable media campaigns, event management or effective marketing strategies that deliver bottom-line benefits, then we would like to be your effective, no-nonsense and award winning partner.
To give you some idea of who I am, I launched my award winning PR and Marketing services agency in 2002. Essentially I am the agency, except I bring in specialists I trust to do high-quality work for my clients when I need stuff like design, photography and web services. I cut my teeth in PR with the Royal Mail after several years as a broadcast journalist making documentary programmes for the BBC, YTV and Central TV. If you’re as old as me you may remember The Cook Report – I worked on the series alongside the big man; so I do know what it's like when the media come calling!
My services are heavily geared toward making impacts on the bottom line. I worked with and alongside a host of business support agencies before taking the leap of faith to work for myself. With nearly 20 years of communication experience behind me I have plenty to draw on as an adviser.
In the last ten years I have won a host of awards for my clients as I believe it is the work I do for them that matters. To give you a taste of what I can do for clients, my work for one has added half a million pounds to its turnover in the last 15 months - not too bad for two day's work a month!