Simple. Creative. Effective

PR with Purpose

Our job is to make sure people know how great you are. It’s that simple .

If you’re looking for an experienced team that’s easy and straightforward to work with, one that will really get inside your business to see what makes you tick, you’ve found us. We will work with you to find out who your audience is, and to find out what success looks like to you. If you want creative ideas and tactics, with a focus on achieving results, you’ve come to the right place.

Welcome to Stride.

 News

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Kids’ tracking devices to boom as Pokemon Go-es crazy

TRACKING and monitoring devices are expected to be built into games apps in the future to stop parents worrying as their children get out and explore via digital games such as Pokemon Go. The Pokemon Go craze has seen hundreds of thousands of people hunt for creatures in the real world using their smartphones to track them down Read More…

Culture podcasts showcase North East heritage

A SERIES of audio recordings celebrating the rich heritage of North Tyneside have been published online with the aim of adding a tourism boost to the area. Writer and audio producer Rachel Cochrane, who runs spoken word website listenupnorth.com, brought together dozens of writers for the Culture Bites project, which was part funded by the Arts Council and North Tyneside Council. Read More…

 Testimonials

“Stride over-performed on all accounts - regional, national and international. We cannot praise the team enough."

John Sargent, The Ideas Mine Ltd

“I'm used to dealing with PRs who fail to understand the media's needs and deadlines or are cynically manipulative. Like kids, most think pester power will work! Stride's team are refreshingly different. They're grown up, intelligent, honest, and very quick at responding - as a result, they get their clients in front of us more often than most. I was particularly impressed by their disaster management. They invest time with the media - they don't waste it. So although they'd never be naïve enough to ask for favours, when there is a problem, they certainly earn a more sympathetic hearing. "

Sue Scott, associate editor at The Grocer and formerly business editor at the Evening Gazette