Purely Posh - Public Relations & Events

Public Relations

Public Relations & Marketing

Purely Posh Public Relations and Marketing division consults to vast sectors from corporates to individuals. It specializes in the food sector with promoting restaurants food hubs and bars, however, welcome to work with various other industries. Important to the success of the company and consequently to the benefit of the clients, is the belief good PR may only come from sharing clients’ vision and aspirations. Each PR and Marketing campaign is specially tailored to suit the individual client’s requirements. Purely Posh PR and Marketing aims to become extensions of their client’s marketing teams specifically working with clients, in whose products or services, which need support in marketing outward.

Our clients are also individuals who do things differently themselves, typically being innovators within their own sectors and needing a PR and Marketing support function which may also think on its feet and hit the ground running. They respect involvement, they love the fact we roll up our sleeves and become extensions of their own marketing teams, they like our fun approach to PR and Marketing along with the fact we refrain from taking ourselves too seriously, enjoy the journey with them and allow it to simply flow!

Our attitude is we prefer to speak about our clients than ourselves. Specifically working with clients in whose products or services we have strong faith in. This way the company may ensure a quality of service and dedication of purpose second to none.

Each PR and Marketing campaign aims to be specially tailored to suit the individual client’s requirements, using various components which include the following: Product & Media Launches, Press Releases, Feature Articles, Advertorials Crisis, PR Media Call Handling, Press Packs, Photo-Calls, Media Sampling Exercises, Media Briefings and Media Competitions.

"All great deeds and all great thoughts have a ridiculous beginning. Great works are often born on a street corner or in a restaurant's revolving door."
- Albert Camus -