November 2019 – Honest Communications is marking its first anniversary by moving in to new offices and welcoming a new account manager to the team.
The business was founded in November last year and has achieved substantial growth and success in its first year. This, plus a succession of new clients, has allowed the agency to move into the Derwent Business Centre on the outskirts of Derby City Centre, and to take on a new account manager. Rosie Ferrer will be joining the team to help with the continued growth of the agency. In its first year Honest Communications, founded and led by Holly Daulby, has supported a whole host of leading industry names. A highlight of the year was when the agency was appointed by David Austin Roses to help support the PR activity at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, starting with behind the scenes filming with the BBC and Mary Berry, and culminating in managing press and celebrity attendance at the company’s stand at the world-famous show.
As well as supporting national consumer brands, Honest Communications has also been helping local businesses with their PR and social media, as well as completing copywriting projects, something which is planned to continue with the launch of a new case study writing package.
Holly commented: “It’s been an incredible year, very busy but very rewarding! Continuing to support clients and to offer something different is paramount. Alongside that, I’m committed to always looking to the future and growing the business. Rosie joining the agency and moving into the new offices are key to this. I can’t wait for the next chapter!”
As well as a new employee and new offices, the agency is also celebrating two new client wins. Honest Communications has been appointed to handle the PR for Hillier, which holds the world-record for the most consecutive gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show, as well as looking after the UK publicity for the elho, a Dutch plant pot company.
For more information please visit www.honestcommunications.co.uk or email [email protected].