Friday, August 12, 2022

Right Legal Group chooses Jennie Holland PR as Midlands PR partner

Digital PR firm Jennie Holland PR has been appointed by wills and probate specialist Right Legal Group.

Based in Nottingham, Jennie Holland PR provides digital marketing services, with a focus on media relations, social media management, content creation, influencer marketing and crisis communications.

Right Legal Group, which has its HQ in Derby, is a wills, probate and estate planning law firm with 10 locations across England and Wales.

The firm, which is regulated by the solicitor’s regulation authority, has appointed Jennie Holland PR to publicise and build online profile of its bespoke services and help share its mission of ensuring memories and legacy are part of the wills process for future generations – enabling families to stay connected.

Managing Director, Jennie Holland, said: “Right Legal is a business with a clear purpose and mission which is an excellent platform for a successful digital PR campaign.

“The team’s passion and commitment to their clients and their loved ones is admirable and we are proud to be working with them.

“As an agency, we are seeing a significant period of growth as the demand for digital PR and marketing services increases year on year, despite the pandemic. As a boutique and agile firm, all our work is director led and is one of the reasons we are chosen as a marketing partner by our clients.”

Right Legal Group had secured a number of accolades over the last 12 months, including being coined ‘one to watch’ on the ‘Best Companies’ list in 2021*, whilst being highly commended at the Wills and Probates Awards in 2021 for the category ‘Solicitor Firm of the Year’.

Carrie Caladine, Managing Director at Right Legal, said: “We are delighted to be working alongside Jennie Holland PR and look forward to seeing how their expertise can enhance our digital presence, whilst generating relevant conversations regarding our services.

“At Right Legal, we believe that making a will is a lot more than just an allocation of physical assets. It’s your chance to leave behind memories and legacies for future generations, ensuring your wishes are respected and that your loved ones are taken care of emotionally as well as financially.

“As family is at the heart of everything we do, we want to get people thinking about how they would like to be remembered once they pass, rather than just dictating who will receive their financial assets. With the help of Jennie Holland PR, we believe we can further this message, whilst pushing our services to a wider audience.”

Jennie Holland PR has won a raft of new business over the last six months including Midland’s travel company The Perfect Break, residential property development firm, Sherwood Oak Homes and chartered quantity surveyor and project management company, Addison Hunt.

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