PR and content for business to business companies
Turquoise PR is a B2B public relations and content agency specialising in financial PR, technology and property PR.
Based in Manchester, we serve clients throughout the North West, the UK and internationally. We combine traditional PR and editorial skills with a broader marketing and digital knowledge, and an in-depth understanding of the finance and business to business markets.
PR for the finance sector including banks, private equity and venture capital, alternative finance, fintech and paytech, corporate finance firms and mergers and acquisitions. Turquoise PR advised on 20 deals in 2015.Find out more
We have years of experience in handling PR and marketing for the property sector with clients ranging from commercial property agents, developers and housebuilders to architects and social housing.Find out more
PR is a cost-effective way for tech firms to build their profile internationally. Our experience covers everything from IT, software and hardware, cloud computing and cyber security to 3D printing and ultrasonics.Find out more
Turquoise PR can help you to raise your profile, increase your web traffic and build the value of your business.
We help clients to achieve regular media coverage and improve the visibility of their website by producing professionally written stories, articles and blogs on all aspects of business and management. We also provide copy for B2B websites and content for their clients in the finance, property or industrial sectors.
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New figures which show that business insolvencies fell sharply in real terms in the three months to the end of June are at odds with the picture on the ground, according to North West insolvency practitioners. The Insolvency Service statistics…Read More
The number of personal insolvencies in the North West has risen for the first time in six years, according to the latest government figures published today – and an analysis by the insolvency and restructuring trade body R3 shows that…Read More
Competition for skilled developers is putting firms under pressure and could potentially stifle the growth of the North West technology sector, according to research by the insolvency and restructuring trade body R3 in conjunction with Manchester Digital.Read More