PR firm celebrates 10 years in business

DSC_4466_cp2Midlands-based public relations and marketing firm Changeworks Communications is celebrating the growth of its operation and an important company milestone.

Founded by Sue Tupling in 2007, just before the financial crisis, the business has grown into a strong team of six, supporting local, regional, national and international businesses in sectors including engineering, logistics, housing and software.

Celebrating its tenth anniversary year, the communications agency has won several new contracts in recent months and is creating and managing powerful content across print, digital and social channels for firms in Stafford, Rugeley and Derby.

Changeworks has also achieved the Communications Management Standards (CMS), the hallmark of PR excellence, which combines elements of ISO 9001 and Investors in People.

With 17 years of experience in senior marketing roles. Sue set up Changeworks to change the way PR and marketing is delivered.

“I wanted to offer unbeatable value with guaranteed results,” she said. “The Changeworks ethos is about transparency; everyone knows what they’re getting, what they’re paying and what to expect.”

The company has dedicated itself to a decade of offline and online services to provide its clientele with the highest quality of support. Recent new business wins include Howards Chartered Accountants and DB Logic.

Sue continued: “We’ve only been able to achieve this success through local people – from employees and suppliers to customers. We’re firm believers in giving back to the community and we do this by working on pro bono accounts and getting involved in good causes.

“Our team’s innovative approach, drive and dedication to our clients are critical to our growth and success and we look forward to another successful ten years in business.”

Changeworks offers a wide range of services including media relations, social media, email marketing, photography and video.

Caption: (from left to right) The Changeworks team, Claire Anderson, Sue Tupling and Jordan Dalziel celebrate at St Albans House in Stafford.