Our hard work, passion and ‘extra mile’ approach is all for our clients – we are only happy when they are. And that means, all in all, we’re a pretty jolly bunch! Especially because 100% of our clients tell us that they would recommend us… High praise indeed!
Louise's areas of expertise include project management, strategic marketing and PR, copywriting, crisis management and media relations.
Louise has undertaken projects on behalf of a broad range of clients, including Berghaus, Durham County Cricket Club, the NECC, Port of Sunderland and many more. She is an experienced project manager, and has delivered a broad range of marketing and PR campaigns and events on behalf of clients, always delivering on-time and on budget.
Bringing fresh innovative ideas to the table, Louise helps to explore new avenues that will add value, identifying creative hooks and approaches that will give your campaign added momentum. She has a strong customer service background having worked as a supervisor and complaints advisor for almost five years.
Bryn Littleton, studied NCTJ accredited journalism and has gone on to have a successful career in PR and communications.
Bryn brings expertise in championing businesses in the North East after working with the NECC for over three years. He has a wealth of experience across the media industry; with a background in journalism, having worked at The Journal for three years, he moved into the communications industry in 2003 and quickly worked his way to senior PR roles.
He has worked on many high-profile campaigns, including the reorganisation of Northumberland’s education structure, as well as tourism and inward investment initiatives during his time with former regional development agency, One North East.
Bryce studied PR at the University of Sunderland before working in-house for BE Group, an organisation made up of B2B companies from an array of sectors.
He then went on to work for BQ Magazine, a media title owned by the group, where he helped promote the magazine and its newly launched website and daily online news platform. Bryce then studied for his NCTJ qualification in reporting and media law, providing him with the skills he needed to take on a role as a business journalist at BQ.
Over the course of three years, he impressed enough to be promoted to senior business journalist at BQ, contributing to both the magazine and the BQ daily bulletins and website, as well as the title’s social media efforts.