Bournemouth’s New and Unique Market Experience
The Metropole Street Market is a quintessentially eccentric ensemble of all things creative & delicious, which took over Lansdowne on four select Sundays in the lead up to Christmas 2017.
Investing in the Future of Bournemouth’s Town Centre
The Bournemouth Town Centre BID is a not for profit company with a board of directors made up of representatives from local levy paying businesses. During its first five year term, the BID invested over £3 million in improving the town centre. In 2017 the decision to renew the BID for the a further five years was put to the local business community.
Bournemouth’s Creative Easter Bunny Campaign
The Coastal BID is a not-for-profit company run by a board of directors elected from the businesses involved. Voted in every five years, it aims to enhance Bournemouth as a vibrant, attractive, eventful, connected, safe and successful environment in which to do business.
Educating the Public
Ballard contacted Darren Northeast PR as they wanted to increase awareness of the school within both its catchment counties of Hampshire and East Dorset.
Dorset’s Most Decorated Venue
Founder and Director of Beales Gourmet, Tony Beales, approached Darren Northeast PR seeking further exposure for his catering company and newly acquired venue, The Italian Villa.
Leading Hair Loss Expert
Simone Thomas came to Darren Northeast PR as she wanted to raise the general awareness of her brands across the South and nationally as well as further engagement with potential customers and key stakeholders.
An Extraordinary Hotel
Neal Williams, the Trust Secretary of Macmillan Caring Locally and The Grove Bournemouth, approached DNPR as they wanted to raise awareness of their extraordinary hotel.
Actisense approached Darren Northeast PR seeking further exposure for their brand which had been growing at a rapid rate but now needed the public profile to match.
Going For Growth
Darren Northeast PR won a tender to provide the communications and public relations for Christchurch and East Dorset Councils’ Economic Growth Plan.