Posted on 30th January 2019
Burgess Hill-based PR and digital marketing agency Rose Media Group (RMG) has won four new briefs in as many months, spanning manufacturing, food, leisure and public sector.
Leisure and tourism park owners Vectis Ventures who own Blackgang Chine and Robin Hill on the Isle of Wight has appointed Rose Media Group as their PR partner to fully plan and manage media relations and influence outreach to promote ten high profile events on the island in 2019, to drive footfall and increase income.
Southover Food Company, a manufacturer and distributor of speciality meats and a previous client, has returned to RMG to launch a new range of cured meats to the retail sector. The agency will build two new websites, manage social media and provide full PR, Marketing and event management services.
The agency will also oversee PR, event management, marketing and social media for Mid Sussex District Council for their forthcoming Open4Business event on 14th March. And, manufacturing firm Thermco Systems has selected RMG to manage all offline and online PR and Marketing activities.
Aneela Rose, MD and founder of Rose Media Group, said: “2018 was a very strong year for us, in terms of growth and deliverables. 2019 has kicked off in earnest and with our ‘partnership’ approach with clients, and future-facing outlook we are set for another tremendous year.”
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