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PR and marketing specialist extends international reach with business wins

Written by: Andrew Merrell | Posted 07 October 2020 6:00

A multi-award-winning integrated PR and marketing consultancy, has revealed it has secured a number of international business wins during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Cheltenham-based consultancy has signed up new clients in healthcare and technology, two of its core sectors. 

These include one of Europe’s leading healthcare and medical product distribution companies, Healthcare 21 Group, headquartered in Ireland, and ISN Solutions, a leading IT managed service provider (MSP) with main offices in Scotland and London.

Guy Woodcock, chief executive officer at Montpellier PR, said: “As we all know, 2020 has been a dreadfully disruptive year for all businesses and it is deeply satisfying that we have been able to brave the storm and win new work from some great new clients. 

“It is testament to the strategy of holding nerve, putting clients first, and hunting down new clients in sectors where we have long been strong.”

Healthcare 21 Group appointed Montpellier PR to design and develop a new corporate website with e-commerce functions to cope with heavy traffic loads and high customer demand, and the success of the project let on to an annual programme of targeted communications, media and content to aid it’s European, and North American growth strategy. 

ISN Solutions is aiming to extend its longstanding success and reputation in the oil and gas industry into new sectors and markets. 

Montpellier has a near 30-year track record of managing international communications and media relations for clients in the technology sector. 

David Greenwood, CEO at ISN Solutions said: “We have been aware of Montpellier for a long time and have absolute confidence in their team to help us achieve our vision of being the IT MSP of choice for not only the oil & gas industry, but also as we branch out into wider sectors including energy, telecoms and aviation.” 

Founded in 1991, roughly a third of the Gloucestershire consultancy’s work today is internationally focussed.

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First published on October 6, 2020.