* LSO St Luke’s (managed by the London Symphony Orchestra), who were previously undergoing a trial period with Soaring Worldwide have signed up for a six month project to improve awareness amongst event organisers.
* Harrogate International Centre (one of the UKs largest venues), already a well established client of Soaring Worldwide, has re-signed with the agency, committing to at least twelve more months of work on their reputation and communications across both UK and international trade publications.
Adam Baggs, managing director of Soaring Worldwide said: “It has been a wonderful five years. The company has doubled in size year on year since it was established in 2006, and has become a dominant player in PR for the global events industry. Over the last few years, we have and continue to represent great clients such as London’s world famous Barbican, Wembley Stadium and the city of Kyoto, Japan. We take pride in delivering great results across the media, and our work has not only helped us retain old clients but also win new ones. It is a very exciting period for us and we look forward to an equally successful future.”
As part of its ongoing growth plans, Soaring Worldwide is currently recruiting for a Reputation Manager to work on several key accounts.
Long term Soaring Worldwide client, Anthony Hyde from the Barbican said: “We have worked closely with Soaring Worldwide for more than four years, benefiting from their extensive industry knowledge and focus on delivering results. Soaring Worldwide remains the perfect fit for the Barbican, like us they balance professionalism with creative flair – a combination that keeps them and us one step ahead of the competition. The results speak for themselves: a great return on our investment, regular coverage in the right press and a substantial boost to our profile.”
During its first five years, the directors of Soaring Worldwide have ensured the company regularly takes part in CSR focused initiatives as described by executive director, Helen Bassett: “Aside from our clear environment goals and policies we regularly contribute to local charities, run free educational seminars for small businesses and individuals and engage with local communities in the Wiltshire and Gloucestershire area.”