It’s been a busy couple of weeks for the Roses and all of our clients so we thought we’d share a few of our highlights.

NEW Clients

This week we received some very exciting news. Aneela Rose PR has been appointed as the PR agency for the City of London’s Guildhall Art Gallery, to promote their latest exhibition that will be open to the public from July 2015.



Leisure PR, Tourism PROur consumer Roses, Aneela, Harriette, Emma and Jess have been busy working closely the wildly exciting Woburn Safari Park. The girls have been visiting the Park and getting to know the keepers and residents.

On Mother’s Day, the Park had cause for a double celebration as their its newest elephant mother-daughter duo, Damini and calf Tarli, enjoyed their first Mother’s Day together while also celebrating the 21st birthday of mum Damini.



Our B2B and social media hub, Francesca and Stewart, headed over to the Chartered Institute of Housing South East Conference in Brighton to see our client Greenwood Airvac exhibiting their Adaptive Ventilation range. Stewart took a moment to pose with one of his fans (excuse the pun), whilst Francesca got chatting to Mark Trowers from Greenwood about his role in the business as an area sales manager.

Public Relations in the manufacturing industry    Public Relations for Manufacturing

Later on in the week, Francesca and Stewart took a trip to ExCeL, London to attend Ecobuild. Regarded as the UK’s leading sustainable design, build and energy event for the construction sector, the Roses were provided with a great opportunity to catch up on industry gossip with journalists and exhibitors and tune into the latest issues and trends. It was great to see such an array of innovative companies too, from invisible speakers to modular lofts.


Team Bonding

From politicians to periodic tables, the Roses were a force to be reckoned with at this week’s pub quiz, organised by the BHBPA. We competed against another 18 teams and although we didn’t quite reach 1st place, we all left smiling and a little wiser.

Until next time…

PR in Sussex

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