Introducing Goodwork a new PR agency, a social enterprise, with a fresh approach to achieving the seemingly impossible. You can only go so far on your own. Sometimes, if you want to communicate, you need help. Occasionally you need a miracle.

Goodwork, launches tomorrow (Tuesday, July 9, 2013) at the Business4Better Conference at London’s Olympia with a promise to charities and not for profit organisations that no cause is too big; no challenge too great; no message too difficult to explain.

Goodwork employs some of the most creative people in the world: award-winning designers, writers, journalists, filmmakers, photographers, social media specialists, talented PR consultants and digital wizards.

Its boast is that it provides access to unrivalled, focused distribution to traditional and social media and to specialists, dedicated to building communications capacity through example and training.

Managing Director, Sean Curtis-Ward believes the success of Goodwork lies in the many years of experience the team has in securing media coverage for its clients. “We have excellent current contacts in both the UK and international media. We know how newsrooms work and how best to interest journalists to cover a story. There is little point in having a big splash and then doing nothing more. We work with our clients to ensure that they are always in the news agenda and they are aware of that news agenda.

Come and meet Goodwork at Stand G9, the Business4Better Conference, National Hall, Olympia, Hammersmith Road, Kensington,?London, W14 8UX from Tuesday, July 9 – Wednesday, July 10, 2013.

For more information contact Susan Osborne, Director of Communications on 07836 229208 or Managing Director, Sean Curtis-Ward on 07836 690318 visit the website



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