Here are examples of some of the projects and work we do for our clients. They provide a good overview of our experience across the disciplines of marketing, communications and public relations.
Construction firm Seddon asked Ashurst Communications to help them organise the company’s first visit to the international property convention MIPIM in 2014. We advised the company to join the Manchester Partnership which is organised by Marketing Manchester. As part of the benefits to joining the Manchester Partnership we wrote a blog post on behalf of […]Read more
Corridor Manchester is a partnership between Manchester City Council, The University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University and Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. It was set up to drive economic growth on the Corridor – the Oxford Road area of the City. Lisa Ashurst provided public relations and marketing support for the Corridor between […]Read more
Ashurst Communications was asked to launch a brand new commercial scheme in Manchester’s Northern Quarter in autumn 2012. At a time when the property market was still in turmoil, a launch was unusual and this helped us secure not only widespread press coverage for the development of 14 three storey self-contained office and retail units […]Read more
Despite dire market conditions, local developer Chris Barton decided to forge ahead to bring his property to market in spring 2012. A stunning conversion of a Victorian school house into four, four storey townhouses on the popular Chorlton Green conservation area in Manchester. Ashurst Communications was asked to create and deliver an open day to […]Read more
In 2012 Ashurst Communications was approached by Cheshire East Council to prepare a comprehensive communications strategy for its regeneration plan All Change for Crewe. We worked closely with team behind All Change for Crewe and their partnership board to develop a strategy, series of objectives, messages, audiences and activity which included guidance on building the […]Read more