PR & social media
Monkhouse PR merged with Storm Communications in 2018 and since then my role has been in the area of new business development.
We have a team of 25, based in Southbank, London and we can also happily meet in Shropshire! The skill-set ranges from traditional media communications through to social media via digital channels.
The merge has worked so effectively between a rurally-based Shropshire agency and a central London team, due to having the same values around care and consideration for clients and sensible pricing. If you have a brand that you would like to be shouting louder; whether new or long-established – do contact me for an initial conversation, to see if we are the right fit.
I’ve worked with several PR companies in the past and none comes close to the dedication and passion they have for the brands they work with.
I am pragmatic, calm and questioning. I aim to understand individuals in a complete sense. I am not looking for easy every-day coaching - I help facilitate change effectively and enable individuals and teams to cope with this, maintain momentum - and enjoy what they do (most of the time!)
Consistently professional and never fails to deliver on any challenge.
Flower and White, Meringues
They have created a unique service in the specialist sector of the food industry. They not only helped to hone Brindisa's PR strategy from the outset, but also helped look at key aspects of marketing. They didn’t hesitate before encouraging our brand to think bigger, look further and gently challenge
Brindisa, Spanish Foods
They are a company that have always given honesty and a wealth of experience to every stage of our business journey
Minioti, Sugar Free Ice Cream
QUESTIONING > LISTENING > THINKING > ENABLING
Whether working with an individual, team or wider business; coaching or developing marketing strategy – these are the key words to explain how I approach working with you. Questioning is where it all begins and the aim is to enable you to deliver your objectives – with some focused listening and considered thinking, in between.