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Freshwater is a diverse media group offering:
- Communications consultancy to help clients reach consumer, business, stakeholder and political audiences across the UK in an integrated and consistent way
- Creative media production services, individually or for integrated campaigns, including video, events, websites, apps, social media, advertising and printed literature
- A portfolio of communication products, including training and conferences (Waterfront) and online business networking (Wales World Wide)
We have detailed knowledge of the diverse sectors in which our 200-plus clients operate
We can meet multiple needs in multiple locations – enhancing reputation, building brands, engaging with stakeholders, and influencing decisions.
Our 60-strong team works from six offices, including the four capital cities of the UK.
Belfast • Cardiff • Edinburgh • Glasgow • Sheffield • London
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Launch in Cardiff
The agency was taken onboard to PR the opening of the new design-led Fitzwilliam Hotel in Belfast and develop a PR campaign across local, regional, national and trade media that would support the sales activity leading up to the launch and beyond.
Promoting Cycling as Part of an Integrated Journey
Campaign encouraging people to join the UK organ donor register
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