Osborn Communications has added another retained client to its growing roster of customers with staff development global leader WELL Training coming on board.
Osborn Communications is supporting clients to its usual high standards during the latest UK lockdown, writes director Chris Leggett.
Getting your news releases in front of broadcast journalists looking for new and interesting stories to cover is a challenge – Osborn Communications can help you.
With 2021 now under way, the time is right to assess the direction of your business so you should consider engaging with your local growth hub, writes Osborn director Chris Leggett.
For Osborn Communications, after a first period of trading, there is the satisfaction of making good progress as well as gratitude for all the clients who have shown support and the partners who have given encouragement along the way.
Communicating with target audiences will remain vital in the 12 months ahead as we continue to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, writes Osborn Communications director Chris Leggett
As eventful 2020 draws towards its close, the number of positive reviews for Osborn Communications Ltd has grown.
We help you tell your story through high quality content created once, then shared across multiple social media channels to engage the widest, relevant audience, writes Osborn director Chris Leggett. … Continue reading Make strategic use of your social media channels
A Black Country training centre set up to develop heritage leather skills has been featured in the bumper Christmas edition of leading country magazine The Field – thanks to Osborn Communications.
A familiar face has rejoined the Black Country Chamber of Commerce as director of new communications agency Osborn to support businesses as they rebuild following the Covid pandemic.
A centre to teach a new generation of saddle, bridle and leather-goods makers has opened its doors to help young people into work in Walsall – with support from Osborn Communications Ltd.
The global marking of the uncertain future faced by those working in live events was a reminder of the hundreds of thousands of people left behind by the easing of restrictions.