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New business ventures keep PR firm on roll

New Business - PR Firm Astley Media on a Roll Following New Business Ventures - SantanderCB

Exeter-based PR and marketing agency Astley Media has continued 2016 in the same vein as it ended the previous year, with February seeing global technology company blur Group added to its client list alongside Exeter insurance brokers Northcott Beaton. Astley has also launched a new design studio, under creative director Lisa Singleton, previously of Devon-based Zebra Design. It also announced a collaboration with Exeter's Innovation Centre, Crowdcube, Stephens Scown Solicitors, Sampson Hall, Innovation Exeter, Santander Corporate and Commercial and Kingfisher Print and Design to launch and run the new Fast Track To Growth programme. The initiative aims to support Devon firms with their growth plans, and one business will be given a year's worth of free financial strategy, marketing and PR support worth £15,000.

 

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