We’re proud to have been in the PR business for 25 years, riding out two recessions, which have seen budgets decimated and countless ‘boutique’ agencies disappear.
We have witnessed major changes in how we ply our trade. Electronic communications and, more recently, social media have, thankfully, replaced the endless stuffing of envelopes with press releases (and the sticking of captions to the back of the photographic prints we sent out with them).
Some things haven’t changed though - one of these being the care and time we invest in cultivating strong relationships, both within our client organisations and in the media.
As a result, we’re currently in discussions with three prospective new clients via three individuals who have worked with us in previous roles.
It also means that we’re often the first port of call for journalists looking for contributions, who know they can rely on us to give them material they can use. Journalists like Laura Cork, former Managing Editor of, and regular contributor to, Works Management, who says:
“Your prepared material is great. You look at the features bulletin, throw your hat in the ring, sell your client to us and give us the information we need. It’s unusual in a good way. We’re always very happy with what Quiet Storm delivers. It’s always relevant.”
While we can now communicate in a split second, taking the time to build strong relationships built on understanding and mutual respect remains a fundamental pillar of our success.