Marketing & PR: Marketing Management's Record Six Months for New Business

The Birmingham Post (England), August 13, 2001 | Go to article overview

Marketing & PR: Marketing Management's Record Six Months for New Business


Marketing Management, the Warwickshire full service agency run by Andy Skinner and Lynn Elson, has just posted a record first six months of the year for new business.

Mr Skinner, founder of the monthly Business report which he sold to the 10 Group four years ago and which has recently closed, said that most of the growth in PR fee income has come in the field of financial PR and lobbying for a number of Stock Exchange quoted clients.

He said: 'Marketing Management is believed to be one of only two PR outlets in the Midlands authorised to issue company announcements directly through the Stock Exchange.'

He said that business has also increased across the total spectrum of Marketing Management group activities including design, advertising, print, website design and consultancy, event management as well as press and public relations and parliamentary lobbying.

'New business wins include bikers' boutique RA Moto, the UK supplier of secondhand superbikes and classic motorbikes, as well as scooters from Benelli of Italy and Derbi of Spain,' Mr Skinner said.

RA Moto has quickly become known as a haven for lovers of all things two-wheeled and petrol-powered.

The business offers a search and select service for customers and will find almost any make and model of bike, from any era and any country. Names such as Ducati, Moto Guzzi, Cagiva, Triumph and Kawasaki have all passed through the showroom, and the Evesham HQ is fast developing a reputation among the biking fraternity for its ability to service and repair almost any make or model of bike or scooter. …

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