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Zumtobel L.E.D. R&D project

Zumtobel is building on the North East’s history as a site of innovation in the field of lighting, and we helped to let the region know about the work they were doing. Read More…

Paint and Paper Library

We worked with interior design specialists Paint and Paper Library to promote the company as the first port of call when seeking a ‘colour expert’. Read More…

Norcare Veterans’ Centre

We work with a fantastic charity, Norcare, which helps vulnerable people get their lives back on track. Read More…

North East Chamber of Commerce: Go For Jobs

Stride ran a highly successful campaign for NECC called ‘Go For Jobs’, which helped to change planning law in the UK and remove blockages to job creation in the North East. Read More…

Authentic Media

Publishing house Authentic Media invited us to generate publicity for a novel written by new author Claire Connor. So we did. Read More…


Interserve Project Services turned to Stride when it wanted help entering the Health and Safety category in the Constructing Excellence North East Awards 2010. Read More…


“We have been working with Stride PR for just over seven years and during that time we have developed an excellent working relationship. They have taken time to learn about our business and our market place. Their positive and proactive approach slots perfectly into our way of working and through good communication and understanding we have gained fantastic results.We have been delighted with the professional service we have received and look forward to continued success in the future."

Margaret Gill, marketing manager, Clive Owen LLP

“Right from the start Stride are your personal ombudsman: knowledgeable insiders who will promote your cause, chase down contacts and even organise your own internal staff when necessary."

Hugh King, Thorn Lighting UK 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


CIPR Pride awards 2010
Outstanding Small Consultancy Award winner
Best Campaign Under £10k Award winner
CIPR Pride awards 2009
CIPR Outstanding Small Consultancy Winner