Catapult PR South West

Our MD lived and worked in Bristol and the south west for five years and has much love for the area, but given the types of business that proliferate within a 70-mile radius, our Catapult PR South West office in Bournemouth is also a strategic base from which we can handle public relations campaigns for tourism, catering and food and drink PR clients, as well as focusing on another area of expertise – financial services and insurance PR.

This office enables us to utilise our award-winning track record in these sectors, not to mention years of expertise handling everything from PR for the chef of the year competition, to the launch of new insurance companies.

We shall be focusing on providing dynamic public relations support to businesses across Dorset, Hampshire, Devon and Somerset, but can go further afield, if required.

Having this office also keeps us nice and close to our adopted donkey at the Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary, where we love to while away the hours thinking how much joy this part of our corporate social responsibility programme brings us.

Call us now on 01202 313197 or email jane@catapultpr.co.uk

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