Seeking to offer a wider variety of services to existing and new clients across the Sunshine Coast and greater Queensland area, public relations and marketing firms Amber James Consulting and Fresh PR & Marketing announced a partnership today. The two companies will merge into one business starting November 1st, 2012.
“We have always had a great relationship with Amber and her team so the opportunity to work together going forward was a really easy decision,” said Maya Gurry, founder and director of Fresh PR & Marketing. “We know how highly regarded Amber James Consulting is on the Coast and we’re excited to have them join the Fresh team. Our clients as well as Amber’s can now benefit from an extraordinary team of specialists across the various disciplines of PR and marketing who all share a passion for generating outstanding results.”
“Partnering with the brilliant and successful Fresh team is a perfect fit – and the natural progression for our businesses,” stated Amber James, founder and director of Amber James Consulting. “For our valued clients, this exciting new alliance translates into a one-stop-shop for marketing and communications expertise.”
“We made a name for ourselves at Amber James Consulting by building and leveraging our rich network of professional relationships to deliver successes for clients,” added Mrs. James. “This will not change as we join forces with the Fresh team – and, in fact, will remain our currency in trade, of which we’re immensely proud.”
Through this partnership the two firms enhance their service offering and build a team that offers greater diversity and expertise. The new services include marketing strategy, advertising expertise, branding know-how (from concept development through to execution), in-house graphic design, market research, written communications, community engagement, event management, public relations and social media competency.
“For businesses that have been thinking about enhancing their brand with strategic communications and marketing, there’s no better time to explore our offerings,” added Ms. Gurry. “We look forward to showcasing our expanded capabilities and newly diversified talent as we take Fresh PR & Marketing to the next level.”
Clients are always in search of companies that offer integrated services and want to work with fewer agencies. In such a context, a partnerships between agencies could meet these clients’ expectations.
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