STOP PRESS: Five pitch for Merseyside account

The Mersey Partnership, which works to attract investment and tourism to Merseyside, will next month see pitches by five local PR agencies for its regional media relations and newsletter production work, which carries annual fees thought to be around pounds 35,000 and a budget of pounds 70,000. The incumbent agency, Stop Forth Bright Anderson, is among those pitching. Charles Barker handles the Partnership’s national PR.

The Mersey Partnership, which works to attract investment and

tourism to Merseyside, will next month see pitches by five local PR

agencies for its regional media relations and newsletter production

work, which carries annual fees thought to be around pounds 35,000 and a

budget of pounds 70,000. The incumbent agency, Stop Forth Bright

Anderson, is among those pitching. Charles Barker handles the

Partnership’s national PR.



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