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for Campaigners

As a voluntary/community sector body or campaign group you feel strongly about your work – but sometimes you need that extra expertise to place your issue and your organisation at the centre of the public’s attention and the political agenda, and to ensure the resources you need are made available to you.

Look no further!

We will develop and implement a tailored campaign strategy for you, drawing together promotion through the media, targeted presentations to key players, and representation on your behalf to key officials.

Further to our monitoring of latest political and legislative developments on your behalf, we will find the key angles that make your campaign irresistible to the public, to the media, and most importantly to the key influencers in government who can deliver the results you need.

In addition, we can provide a full 24/7 press office facility, giving your campaign an around-the-clock presence and a professional, experienced approach to the media and key partner organizations.

Due to our commitment to partnership working and a paperless office, our rates start from just £975 (€1,200) for a full project, including an initial no-cost campaign audit.

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About us

Ultonia Communications is a PR, research and language agency offering unbeatable value for professional services.

Founded in 1999 and specializing initially in advice on communications and translations, the company later expanded to include the whole range of strategic PR services.

Work so far has included:

  • a major Feasibility Study for the North/South Language Body in 2000;
  • management of marketing for the Celtic Film Festival in 2003, which returned a profit for only the second time in 25 years;
  • media relations advice to the Parades Commission to 2004, transferring it successfully from the party-political arena to the community arena and opening up relationships with new, key groups;
  • communications strategies for the NI Legal Services Commission to 2005, including a new relationship with Solicitors’ Associations;
  • development of a funding strategy for Vinegar Hill Productions to 2006, targeting key cross-border and language groups;
  • research and drafting of a major report for the Centre for Social Justice, presented to the UK Government in 2010; and
  • research on the feasibility of a social media service for i-Media Analysis Ltd in 2013.
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