Part-time PA required

Are you super organised, trustworthy and proactive? Are you looking for a role where you can get involved and really make a difference?
We are two small, ambitious companies based in Whaley Bridge (working in the same building) and both looking for the right person to work closely with us as our PA.

LRC welcomes a new member of staff as part of the company’s ongoing growth plans.

“I am thrilled to welcome Tasmin Mycock to our team as our new Marketing and Communications Coordinator. With a degree in Contemporary Media Practice from the University of Westminster, Tasmin is bringing her expertise in designing, creating and editing super creative and out of the box content, images and videos and will be working behind the scenes with me to ensure that the company continues to consistently grow and add value across the board,” describes Lucy Rennie, Managing Director LRC.

Project manager required

Are you looking to work in a busy, exciting and growing small business?

Are you super organised, trustworthy and proactive? Are you looking for a role where you can get involved and really make a difference?

I am looking for the right person to work closely with me and to manage the day to day activities.

RenOwned: Our Research Findings

As part of my MSc in Marketing Communications at Manchester Metropolitan University, I have been working with Lucy Rennie Communications. As you may know from our social media pages and our blog, for the past few months I have been working on RenOwned as my dissertation project. I’ve finally finished, the dissertation has been submitted, so we can finally share our research findings with you!

RenOwned is our project to create an online communications hub for micro and small businesses that want to communicate and market their products or services effectively. We want to create a space where you can find trusted, high value and high quality resources that are easy to use, quick to implement and simple to access.

Lucy Rennie Communications expands to new offices

High Peak communications and marketing agency, Lucy Rennie Communications (LRC) has moved to a new office in Whaley Bridge and taken on a new member of staff as part of the company’s future growth plans.

“I am absolutely delighted to have taken the next step and moved the business to its new premises and at the same time to be welcoming our new communications executive Becky Embrey-Jones to the company. It is a wonderful opportunity for Lucy Rennie Communications and a huge milestone in its journey.” describes Lucy Rennie, director Lucy Rennie Communications.

RenOwned, our online resource club

At Lucy Rennie Communications, we are passionate about people, business and communications, and our goal is to help businesses to shine through effective communications. We provide small and medium-sized businesses with the support, expertise and high-quality tools that they need to create and implement successful communications and marketing strategies.

Joining the dots

We’re thrilled to be launching our Joining the Dots membership scheme to create an innovative and informal alliance bridging the gap between New Mills School and businesses and employers in the local community.

We want to help the students to understand more about the world of work, the different possibilities out there and to get inspired.

Getting the most out of your communications

We had the pleasure of partnering with the D2N2 Growth Hub in Chesterfield, Derbyshire and running a morning workshop for over 20 local businesses on how to get the most out of their communications and marketing.

When Two Become One: Storytelling & Marketing

We all remember being engrossed in stories as a child, developing an emotional attachment to a story and never wanting it to end. Storytelling is as old as time. It is human nature to be emotional, and storytelling makes us attach emotions to information.

Telling a story and marketing go hand in hand – it is perhaps the most effective way of communicating with customers because it hits the emotional part of our nature. It gives marketers the ability to inspire the feelings and imagination of the audience, keeping them wanting more.

Be Bold for Change: The Gender Pay Gap

International Women’s Day has been celebrated for 42 years this year (since 1975) and the issue of a gender pay gap is still prominent in the Marketing and PR industry. The PRCA 2016 census of the PR and Communications industry found that 66% of industry workers are female, compared to the 34% that are male.Read more