We have just completed copywriting the latest newsletter from East Midlands Development Agency (emda). emda News is published quarterly and Nellie PR provided all the copywriting as well as overseeing the design. The newsletter has now gone to print but you can see the latest edition here.
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At Nellie PR we like to get the message out about the effectiveness of public relations. So, last night Ellen Carroll, director of Nellie PR, took to the stage as part of a panel for a Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) event in Nottingham.
The event was all about marketing on a shoestring budget and more than 40 people came along. Members of the audience were able to ask questions of the panel and Ellen was kept busy with plenty of PR questions coming her way. We hope her hints and tips on PR proved useful.
Nellie PR’s public relations, online PR and copywriting services have been recognised and approved.
As of today, we are now a fully approved and accredited service supplier after being awarded the East Midlands Development Agency (emda) Quality Assured standard via its East Midlands Brokerage Platform scheme.
We were awarded a five star rating and provided with approved status after participating in a rigorous assessment during which our clients were surveyed and references sought. From today, businesses using Nellie PR as an approved service supplier for public relations, online PR or copywriting will be able to apply for funding from Business Link and other government bodies to help cover some of the costs. As a result, businesses will get up to 50% towards the cost.
Happy birthday to us and thanks to all our public relations, copywriting and online PR clients for making it such a fantastic year.
During our first year of business we hooked up with and delivered work for some great names and businesses, including:
- Experian – a global leader in providing information, analytical tools and marketing services to organisations and consumers
- annie greenabelle – a fantastic ethical womenswear label
- AreaFour Recording Industries – a not-for-profit record label part of the Partnership Council
- Prowess – the UK association of organisations and individuals who support women to start and grow businesses.
Long may it continue and here’s to another successful year.
A new public relations, online PR and copywriting agency has launched in Nottingham with Ellen Carroll, former public relations manager at Experian® at its helm.
Nellie PR has secured a number of public relations and copywriting clients prior to its launch in April, and will operate out of offices in the centre of Nottingham.
Providing public relations, copywriting and online PR services, Nellie PR mixes great media contacts, writing skills, new media and online PR techniques to engage and deliver real value and return-on-investment (ROI) to influence, increase sales, enquiries and profitability for its clients.
Ellen Carroll left Experian in March 2007 after five years with the FTSE 100 company to launch Nellie PR. In total, Ellen has more than 15 years experience in the public relations and copywriting industry and is trained in the latest online PR techniques. Prior to setting up Nellie PR, Ellen worked on a large number of high profile campaigns and her experience spans B2B, B2C, corporate, financial and the public sector.
Ellen, director of Nellie PR, said: “The time is right for Nellie PR to hit the scene. I’ve spent years in the industry as a client, in-house, agency-side and as a freelancer. This experience has given me a really valuable insight and I’m determined that Nellie PR will make a really impact on the people and businesses it works with.
“Nellie PR is attentive and will remain that way. By being small and independent we’re more responsive and valued by the people and businesses we work with. We don’t have big overheads and our clients buy and benefit from the expertise, creativity and personality of the people behind the business. Our clients want to work with experienced, clued-up professionals that deliver and that’s what they get, not junior PR or copywriting staff.”