Ad Hoc-PR
Ad Hoc-PR

Pay-by-Results PR Firm Set for Expansion


Ad Hoc-PR, a Lancashire-based PR firm specifically catering for SME’s and start-ups, has expanded its service to include web design, following an impressive number of business wins in its first year of trading.


The new, low-cost web design service will enable local businesses to benefit from a smart and contemporary online identity – whether they are starting up or simply refreshing their current web presence. 


Ad Hoc-PR’s website developer Richard Bell says: “For even the smallest of businesses, customers so often judge everything about a product or service in seconds.  You have to get it right.  I so often see great local businesses, with great talent and quality service with such outdated and tired looking websites.  Our aim is to prove that a professionally designed website doesn’t have to come with a huge price tag.” 


Headed by Emma Starrs, a PR consultant and copywriter from Ramsbottom, Emma’s experience of promoting some of the UK’s most successful companies whilst working in Airtours’ press office and at leading agency, Brahm PR, has been invaluable in winning new business for the firm.


Says Emma: “It’s great to have Richard on the team.  His natural flair for creating compelling, user-friendly websites will help Ad Hoc-PR’s customers to create a positive impression online, as well as in the media.”


Lancashire-based companies such as leading interiors firm, Wilman Interiors in Burnley and The Chocolate Café in Ramsbottom have joined over twenty new clients from across the UK, for the PR firm.


Ad Hoc-PR’s unique “pay-by-results” scheme means that clients only pay when successful media coverage has been achieved for their business.  The web design service will offer bespoke, brochure-style websites from £250.


Aiming to cater for all industries, Ad Hoc-PR offers both consumer and trade PR services.  Specialist consumer areas covered include: FMCG, travel, interiors, health & beauty and food & drink; in addition to trade PR experience in the agricultural, manufacturing and construction industries.


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