If you are looking for an enthusiastic communications agency that understands business, Mapa PR could be your perfect match!
We deliver high level PR, design, marketing, event management, branding and digital services.
On culture: 'Hull 2017: we are certainly enjoying the ride so far!'
On Business: 'We seldom fail to be impressed by the human endeavour and thought that drives them on.'
Our publications have won national awards
'I have worked with many London agencies and Mapa is possibly the best of my experience'
We champion businesses. Businesses make the world tick, they are the biggest collective power to ensure economic wellbeing and our aim is to do all we can to help them get noticed and go further down the road to success. We help run business organisations such as World Trade Centre Hull & Humber; we work with businesses large and small, and we seldom fail to be impressed by the human endeavour and thought that drives them on.
Mapa's home, Kingston upon Hull, will become the UK's City of Culture in 2017. Like us, some of our clients are part of the region's vibrant arts scene, or strongly supportive of the successful bid. Members of the Mapa team are directly involved with music and community arts organisations and we are certainly enjoying the ride so far.
Dairy farmers have been on a milk price roller coaster ever since deregulation of the industry. Mapa has written on all the ups and downs since the mid-1990s and produces a magazine for suppliers to, and employees of, the country's biggest dairy company. We know how the industry works and also have links to other farming sectors.
How fast the UK energy industry is changing and, for us, it has become the fastest expanding sector of our communications business. Right on our doorstep is the Humber, now dubbed the 'energy estuary'. We have worked with clients in many different sectors, including offshore and onshore wind power, wave, solar and tidal power and anaerobic digestion, and we have produced a magazine on Humber renewables.
'The senior team has viewed the finished product and their feedback was simply the WoW factor'