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Happy Birthday to GingerComms

January 14, 2016

It’s hard to believe it has been a full year since we took the plunge and launched Specialist News PR Consultancy, GingerComms.

We’ve never penned a self-congratulating blog post before but deemed it acceptable to bend the rules on this occasion as it’s been one hell of a year!

Since we launched last January we’ve been lucky enough to have worked with some incredible brands, including Morrisons, Sky, M&S, Quidco and Heinz – as well as a host of the top 150 PR Week agencies.

And as we steam ahead into 2016, we’re excited to announce the official launch of Ginger Research – a brand-spanking new full service polling arm to service our growing portfolio of big brand and agency clients.

Within a competitive market for PR research, we have a long-standing background in news generation and PR research as well as a comprehensive knowledge of the UK media industry, which means we know more than most what the UK media are looking for in terms of research-based editorial.

We are also very proud of our 100 percent hit rate on story placement and coverage which has been a product of our sell-in and news distribution service.

On a personal note, we’ve made some great friends and contacts within the PR community!

So Happy (belated) New Year – and thanks to all who believed in us and put business our way in 2015.

Here’s to another Ginger year!

Harriet, James, Doug and Dave. X

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