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Your story, well told

John Howard, owner of Ripple Public Relations whose company represents the Acting Bishop of Suffolk and the Church of England in Suffolk, oversaw television, radio, newspaper and internet journalists’ interviews with the Archbishop during his visit to Suffolk.

Media coverage included: BBC Look East, BBC Radio Suffolk, BBC Online, the East Anglian Daily Times, the Bury Free Press, weekly newspapers and websites in the county, publicity seen by several hundred thousand people.

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Why I love Ripple

“I have had the most new bookings/ enquiries ever thanks to Ripple PR. Ripple came up with an excellent media strategy that connected me right into the local market.

"They’re great to work with – friendly, thoughtful with incisive writing skills.”

Annya Stoddart, business owner, The Pain Relief Clinic.
Ripple focusses on you

At Ripple, we know that every client is different. We will work with you to set the right strategy for you. We will listen closely to your needs and get to know your target audience. We make sure we get your story to the people you want to know about it, winning you new business, and building your reputation. We know the smallest angle can often create the biggest splash. Together we'll create content that ensures your story stands out. Choose Ripple, and we will work one to one with you to generate the results you want.
More successes for our clients
Business and personal coach Laura Spicer is to be featured in the Suffolk and Norfolk Magazine during September or October 2014. Laura, who is establishing a practice in Suffolk after moving from London where she ran highly successful consultancy in Harley Street, will gain at least a page coverage in this high quality county magazine read by people across Suffolk and Norfolk.
Norfolk residents campaigning against an £8.5 million development near their homes have secured newspaper and BBC coverage to highlight their concerns. Ripple Public Relations, representing residents campaigning against a new literary centre that they fear would damage the setting of a Georgian listed building and their city centre homes, secured coverage in the Eastern Daily Press, BBC Online Norfolk, BBC Radio Norfolk and local radio stations in Norwich for their protest.
Ripple secures a two page spread in the East Anglian Daily Times, Suffolk’s largest daily newspaper, for our client the Rt Revd Dr David Thomson, Acting Bishop for the Church of England in Suffolk. The feature focused on Bishop David’s work in the county and his views on key issues.
What our clients think
Minar Miah, owner of the award winning Mogul restaurant in Essex:
“My restaurant was seen by hundreds of thousands of people when it appeared on the front page of our evening newspaper and on the BBC. Ripple’s approach is one to one and friendly, always professional, and above all, Ripple always delivers.”
John Cobbold, Chief Executive of the charity Talitha Koum, said:
“Since using Ripple Public Relations, our press coverage has been exceptional. In addition, Ripple has provided excellent leads for our fundraising campaign. They are approachable, friendly, readily accessible and highly professional."
Dawn Henry, Chief Executive, 4YP:
"The Ripple team is insightful and very hard-working: they delivered some great grant applications for us, with very creative ways of grabbing funders’ attention. They are available 24/7 and so far we have £55,000 in the bank, thanks to Ripple, that will go along way to help Suffolk’s young people.”