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Advertising & Media

Pure media advertising can encompass anything from a single colour, single column advertisement right through to a multi-layered campaign utilising press (newspapers & magazines), broadcast (TV & radio), new media (internet / CD / DVD), transport (buses & taxis etc), poster sites (adshel / 48 sheet etc) and ambient media (POS / ticketing / venue / digital etc.) Of course, some briefs may prompt something a little more unconventional.

Whatever the application, we offer a full service of research, concept, copywriting, scriptwriting, design, photography, production, media buying, placement, evaluation and reporting.

The experience of Allsopp Davies’s senior team spans a broad spectrum of business sectors. They include:

Agriculture, Horticulture & Amenity
Automotive
Business Services
Building & Construction
Charity
Consumer Services
Database Applications & Software
e-Commerce
Education
Environmental Health
Financial Services
Facilities Management
Internet
Hi-tech
Life Sciences
Local Authority & Government
Pest Control
Retail
Sports
Training
Tourism & Leisure


Design
Imagination, print processes, stock types and finishing options are the core criteria for great design in print. But appreciating the differences between sheet work on a B2 versus work and turn on a B1, will also ensure a client’s budget works as hard as possible.

Brand identity and corporate identity provide foundations upon which to create sales and information literature, from flyers to corporate brochures, newsletters to direct mailers. Packaging design and point-of-sale material steer the way for the impulsive purchase or enquiry, while exhibition design provides the perfect product or service showcase to a captive audience.

Public Relations
Banging out press releases week after week to the same receivers is not PR. That’s admin. Seizing opportunities, contributing to articles, selling-in stories and ensuring every release is finely tuned for its individual media purpose, is PR. But it goes much further than that. There’s a psychological skill involved in forming unique and comfortable business relationships with editors and journalists ensuring they can rely on you for quality editorial contribution. Time after time.

And media relations naturally extends into other areas of PR where the presentation a consistent corporate face is equally vital. Newsletters, press conferences, product launches, sponsorship, event management and corporate hospitality all compliment and complete the finely tuned PR machine.

 
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