We gain listing on Communications Marketplace

Deep South Media registers on UK government’s Communications MarWe are celebrating a coveted place on an online government buying system.

Our team of seven professionally-qualified journalists has become a supplier on Communications Marketplace, a route for government organisations to buy communications services.

The system acts as a directory putting government departments, local authorities, NHS organisations and other public sector bodies in touch with suppliers including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It governs contracts worth up to £100,000.

As well as our public relations listing, Deep South Media is registered to provide publishing, copywriting and editorial services to public sector buyers across the South of England.

Joint Managing Director Ron Wain, pictured, said: “This is a real feather in our cap and comes as we continue to expand our team of PR account directors and grow our client base. We have a demonstrable track record in providing value to government organisations as well as our business clients and we look forward to working on even more communications campaigns in both the private and public sectors.”

Our inclusion on Communications Marketplace, which was launched in July 2014, reflects a continued listing for Deep South Media as a service provider to government.

Following a competitive tender process in 2009, we became one of only eight suppliers on the Central Office of Information’s accredited South West PR framework and one of only six on the equivalent framework in the South East. We were then successfully registered on the Agile Route to Market, the precursor to Communications Marketplace.

For more information, visit www.deepsouthmedia.co.uk or follow @deepsouthmedia on Twitter.