Launch of new London hub

Written by Faith PR

Following our 10th year in business, we have expanded on our West Yorkshire base by setting-up a London hub space to service our national clients.

We will continue to operate our main client activity from our Brighouse base in Thornhill Brigg Mills, but we also now have a space in the Stanley Building at the gateway to the King’s Cross Central development to support our expanding portfolio.

The new space means that our team can use the hub to liaise with national media as well as maintain regular contact with current and future clients situated outside of the Yorkshire area – such as its partnership with Kinect Energy which has offices across the UK, as well as globally.

The London hub comes on the back of recent project wins – which has included raising the profile of Halifax-based dance franchise, babyballet, highlighting awards successes and the individual triumphs of the company’s founder, Claire O’Connor.

Our other win is an extended project for arts organisation, Manasamitra, following a successful working relationship for the past year.

Manasamitra, which delivers a range of South Asian arts and cultural experiences and develops traditional styles to embrace different cultural influences, has commissioned our team with developing a strategy to promote Lullaby Sonic Cradle – a contemporary musical exploration and community outreach project – through PR and social media. We have also been tasked with building the personal profile of Manasamitra founder, Supriya Nagarajan.

Stefanie Hopkins, Managing Director at Faith, said: “Now in our eleventh year of business, London was the obvious choice to support our growth plans. We believe having a presence in the capital will help drive our business forward and help to open up new opportunities.”

You currently have JavaScript disabled. This site requires JavaScript to be enabled. Some functions of the site may not be usable or the site may not look correct until you enable JavaScript. You can enable JavaScript by following this tutorial. Once JavaScript is enabled, this message will be removed.