Over the last few months Team Reflection has enjoyed working alongside a number of new clients from a variety of sectors. Take a look at what we’ve been up to…
Highball Climbing Centre
We’re working closely with Highball Climbing Centre to promote their new clubs such as Silverbacks and Ladies Night along with raising the profile of their annual The Big Flash – a national competition which invites climbers from up and down the country including Team GB to compete and opens up the centre to people of all ages to have a go at climbing.
National R&D tax credit specialists Jumpstart contacted Reflection PR after employing Lee Williams as East Anglia Client Engagement Manager. Jumpstart supports companies to reclaim corporation tax for research and development projects. Reflection PR’s press release highlighted that many companies in the eastern region were failing to claim back thousands of pounds – which is why Jumpstart is set to raise awareness of what tax credits are available.
This year, we worked with Suffolk Charity – Good Story – to raise the profile of one of the entrepreneurs they have supported who managed to get through to the Semi-Finals of Richard Branson’s Virgin VOOM 2016 competition.
Harriet Jordan Wrench and her company Secret Sessions made it to the final 40 in the competition which included pitches, a public vote and a 29-hour Guinness World Record Pitchathon to find Britain’s brightest business
Financial comparison site Knowyourmoney is on the cusp of challenging the giant household comparison sites after being shortlisted for the Website of the Year award. The Norfolk developed knowyourmoney.co.uk compares credit cards, breakdown cover and current accounts to offer its 400,000 users a month the most up to date information about the best deals.
Eastern Procurement is a non-profit organisation offering professional contract management services to local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies.
They’ve appointed us to revamp their branding and raise their profile across East Anglia.
Raynham Hall appointed Reflection PR to promote their September Raynham Recitals in the Grand Hall. Lord and Lady Townshend welcomed internationally acclaimed musicians Maggie Cole and Rachel Podger on violin and fortepiano, who performed in front of 120 guests. The money raised by the performance and supper was put towards the restoration of 17th century portraits.