Exceptional PR and
regeneration and social change.
We are your
Trusted PR Partners
We work with purpose and belief, harnessing decades of experience in PR, communications, consultation and engagement.
We act as true partners to like-minded clients in a wide variety of industries from residential and commercial property development to regeneration and heritage, conservation, the natural environment, health and wellbeing, leisure and tourism.
Together we create a positive impact on people, place and planet through strategic, creative communications with clients across public, private and third sectors.
Our work drives meaningful connections, shapes perceptions and inspires actions that contribute to a more sustainable, inclusive world.
At heart, we are problem-solvers.
We help our clients define their thinking with strategic consultancy processes that have been refined through years of experience.
We find communications-based solutions to support business or organisational objectives, be that distinctive content creation, flawless press office delivery, authentic community engagement or best-practice strategic consultancy and toolkits that empower your people to communicate skillfully.
We work with our clients to promote and advocate for sustainable placemaking and the creation of vibrant, environmentally conscious, inclusive communities in which to live and work.
We are a
Personable and determined, our people bring a positive energy to the room.
Our founders created Analogy after 20 years of working together both in agency and client side, as colleagues and friends.
We love what we do and are proud of our reputation for delivering true excellence in PR and communications for our clients.
We are dedicated to best practice, professionalism and ethics in PR and communications.
We are members of the PRCA – the world’s most influential PR professional body – challenging, supporting and raising standards in our industry.
In the spotlight
On the Blog
It’s a landscape shaped by shifting public opinions, stringent regulations, rising operational costs and an increasingly complex market… we delve into the intricate PR challenges
On rocky ground: what will new legislation mean for the construction industry’s reputation? #queensspeech
As specialists in built environment PR, we watched this week’s Queen’s Speech with intrigue, as she set out a government agenda packed to the rafters
Will Clubhouse be next next TikTok or the next Vine? What makes a new social media platform stick and what makes it flop?.Audiences are already