Persuasion PR – be positive

Persuasion PR is a North East based public relations consultancy which has been supporting clients regionally, nationally and occasionally internationally since 1986.

Speedy and efficient services are built upon solid and influential relationships with the business community, the public sector and the media.

By drawing upon the extensive experience of its team and associates, the company devises and drives public relations initiatives which work – ensuring the right messages are communicated to the right people every time.

Clients rely on Persuasion for strategic planning, clear analysis, sound objectives, creative ideas and practical support.  They are assured total commitment, confidentiality and the highest standards of service.

This website provides an overview of the services available but for more information we suggest you give us a call or drop us an email to arrange a meeting.

Persuasion PR – be positive.

Pictured (L-R) are:  Keepmoat Homes North East Managing Director, Ian Worgan; Land and Partnerships Director, Ian Prescott; construction students Connor Hutchinson; Kyle Cummings; Owen Dowson and Callum Marshall;  Keepmoat Economic Impact Manager, Geoff Scott and Durham County Council’s Economic Development Manager, Graham Wood.
  College construction students who are to be given real work experience on a County Durham building site got a glimpse ...
(L to R): Kevin Chatterton, Operations Manager with Galliford Try Partnerships North); Maxine Daniel, Senior Sales Executive with Linden Homes; John Gill, Sales Manager with Riverside Home Ownership and David Donkin, Galliford Try Site Manager.
  Linden Homes and The Riverside Group have joined forces to help tackle County Durham’s housing shortage.   The public / private partnership ...
Myhia (front centre), with Evie (left) and Xander, are joined by Ian Worgan, Managing Director of Keepmoat Homes in the North East (rear left), Angela McDermid and Cllr. Carl Marshall to look at their posters, which are on display at the Coppice Heights development in Dipton.
    Dipton school children have put their artistic skills to good use, creating a selection of safety posters for a new ...