Leila & Geoffrey Communications offers a relaxed, friendly and professional approach to guide you through the world of publicity.
Whether you run creative projects, are a musician looking to build your fan-base, or a charity or small businesses looking to increase exposure, we have a range of ways to help you get noticed.
Good PR is essentially about communication. In the first instance, that means your ability to communicate with the communicators – the journalists, broadcasters, bloggers and vloggers.
We will show you:
• How to write a press release
• What journalists are looking for – and crucially what they’re NOT looking for
• What makes a story newsworthy
• Who to approach and how best to approach them
• How to build trust and integrity as the basis of a productive relationship with the media
Amy is pretty darn hot at all things PR including print and online press, radio plugging, copywriting and editing.
Her clients have been featured in a range of publications including The Guardian, The Mirror, Time Out, NME, Rock Sound, Total Guitar, Artrocker and Blues & Soul magazine.
Her artists have been played on 6 Music, Radio 2 and regional stations up and down the country.
Her latest charity event gained over £100,000 worth of press coverage and was featured on ABC news.
Louisa is a copywriter, editor, project manager and a real representative of the arts.
Having completed two Arts degrees whilst writing for her local University paper, she landed her first job for the South West’s largest media, The Bristol Magazine, writing music and theatre reviews. Louisa also wrote film and literature reviews for the Bath Literature Festival and The Bath Film Festival, which led her to being appointed as Public Relations Executive for Limeclip, an established broadcasting company.
Jo is a copywriter, blogger and project manager.
She has been featured in BBC News, BBC Look North, BBC Radio Leeds, The Daily Mail and the Channel 4’s “Ruth Watson Means Business!”. Jo has written for national and international clients, as well as local people and small businesses.
She is also an official blogger for the BBC Good Food Show.