24 August 2009 - 10:44am | posted by | 0 comments

Former Golley Slater north east chief Hall launches consultancy

Former Golley Slater north east chief Hall launches consultancyFormer Golley Slater north east chief Hall launches consultancy

Sarah Hall, who until recently managed the North East office of Golley Slater has launched her own PR and marketing advice consultancy.

Hall left the Newcastle office of Golley Slater last month ahead of a shake up of its PR offering to launch her own consultancy through which she aims to offer clients a comprehensive review of their marketing spend.

Hall explained:  “It is very clear that businesses still want to maintain a presence in these difficult economic times but that the cost of hiring an agency can prove prohibitive.  Sarah Hall Consulting has been designed to plug that gap – people know they are getting the top person who will see the entire job through to a very high standard.”

Hall started her career at Tyne Tees Television before moving into PR and marketing consultancy.  

She added:  “Whether you already have experts in place but need an external perspective or additional resource to implement an existing strategy - or no current PR and marketing resource at all - Sarah Hall Consulting will work with your team to become immersed in the business and deliver a holistic, cost-effective and results-driven solution pertinent to your needs.”

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