Project PR was established in Dublin in 1991 by Caroline Martin who is a member of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland. Since then the independent consultancy has worked with some of Ireland's leading brands and helped introduce many new ones to the market.
Communication is the key. We create communications campaigns to get your message delivered to and noticed by your target audiences - be they staff, customers / potential customers, media, local community, or ambassadors for your product or service (e.g. suppliers, financial institutions, local authorities, etc).
Let Project PR assist you in developing your relationships with your various publics, either as part of a once-off campaign, or as on on-going element of your marketing programme. We specialise in food (including organics), drink, travel and health care, but have experience in all FMCG and consumer product and service sectors.
We may be small but we're experienced and effective. If it is required, we know just the right people to bring in to provide specialist support services to enhance your campaign. So you get all the benefits of a big agency but without the expensive overheads!
Project PR's flexible approach allows you have access to your own de facto public relations department available whenever you need it.
Project PR acts as a sub-contractor to Irish and international public relations consultancies as well as other organisations requiring additional or locum support or a presence in the Irish market. This service is particularly useful for travel and tourism related organisations or other overseas firms who require short or long-term Irish representation without wanting to establish a full office. Assignments may be undertaken under either the Project PR or the client's identity as required.
Project PR also offers a website update service to small and medium enterprises who may not have the time, technical skill or manpower to amend their websites but who recognise the importance of maintaining an up-to-date internet presence. It is particularly useful service for organisations who no longer require input from a full website design agency.