Posted by: Loudmouth PR | Date added: Mon 01 Oct 2012
Leadership and development consultancy Different Dynamics picks Loudmouth PR as its PR partner to raise the profile of the company's extensive skills and experience in helping organisations create exceptional talent within the media and marketing arena
Leadership development consultancy Different Dynamics has appointed Loudmouth PR, a specialist B2B public relations agency, to create and implement a strategic PR programme that builds awareness of its extensive expertise in developing talent in the media, advertising and marketing industries. Different Dynamics works with many major media organisations such as MEC, OMD, PHD, DARE and OHAL.
Loudmouth PR was selected as a result of its in-depth understanding of the media and marketing services marketplace and its industry connections, along with its strong track record of helping to build successful B2B brands.
The PR programme also aims to raise the profile of Different Dynamics’ inspirational founder, Michael Lewis, who has spent twenty years in leadership development. It will focus on demonstrating the company’s deep understanding of the marketing and media sector, while also showing the consultancy’s different approach, putting emotional intelligence and authenticity at the heart of what it does to create extraordinary talent that transforms people and businesses to deliver commercial objectives.
Michael Lewis, Managing Director at Different Dynamics, comments, “We felt a real chemistry between the two companies. We have big plans to grow and need to have partners who mirror that ambition and understand our business – so it’s great to feel that we have put our PR in safe hands.”
Susan Perolls, Director at Loudmouth PR, adds, “Different Dynamic’s innovative approach to creating talent within the media and marketing sector is currently an untold story – and we are delighted to be introducing Michael and his team to the industry and creating the kind of awareness that Different Dynamics deserves.”
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