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Deep South Media provides informative, authoritative and independently verifiable market announcements for discerning companies across a diverse range of sectors in the UK.

The media releases are issued to named journalists at relevant mainstream media titles – local, regional, national, trade, depending on subject matter and geography.

Then the article is ‘spliced and diced’ for the digital channels of clients, reaching out to even more people, including potential customers.

Furthermore, the article is uploaded to the news section of the client’s website to help with ‘organic’ search engine visibility, boosting online brand visibility.

All client content on LinkedIn is shared by the team at Deep South Media, which is heading towards nearly 50,000 LinkedIn connections.

Latest examples of announcements:

Commercial property advisors Cowling & West, covering Dorset, merged with one of England’s largest independent property consultancies, Vail Williams, complementing offices in Portsmouth and Southampton. Full details:


MERGER: Property consultancy Vail Williams LLP has expanded operations on the south coast through a merger with Dorset-based Cowling & West. Matthew Samuel-Camps, Managing Partner at Vail Williams, is pictured front centre. Clockwise from left, Angela Bastable and Simon Tubbs of Cowling & West, Gary Jeffries of Vail Williams, Julie Napier and Nadine Leonard of Cowling & West, Russell Mogridge and Russell Miller of Vail Williams and Simon West and David Cowling of Cowling & West.

One of the top five property auctioneers in the UK, Clive Emson raised £17 million at its first online auction of eight this year. The firm, covering southern England, sold 80% of lots offered, with more sales agreed post-auction which should see the total exceed £17 million. Next online auction: Wednesday, March 24th:

Work by insolvency specialists Smith & Williamson in Southampton realised a £500,000 charitable donation to a residential care home in Greater Manchester following the closure and property sale of a nearby (and unconnected) care home which had fallen into financial difficulties:

ADVISORY: Greg Palfrey is the Head of Restructuring and Recovery Services and Advisory Consultancy at Smith & Williamson. Work by the financial and professional services firm realised a £500,000 charitable donation to a residential care home in Hyde, Greater Manchester, following the closure of a nearby care home.

Fraudsters have been targeting school academies during lockdowns; one academy had £400,000 stolen. There are nearly 1,200 multi-academy trusts in England. The warning comes from HWB, chartered accountants in Southampton, which works closely as an external auditor with academies and independent schools across Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire:

When two recruitment consultants left their company to set up on their own, it was a case of “eyes wide shut”. Thanks to valuable in-house business support by Fareham Innovation Centre, near Gosport in south Hampshire, Source Solutions has strengthened service lines in the UK’s highly competitive £39 billion recruitment industry (there were 31,140 recruitment agencies before the pandemic):

BUSINESS SOURCE: From left, Simon Horspool, co-founder, Source Solutions, Monika Dabrowska, Innovation Director, Fareham Innovation Centre, and Tom James, co-founder, Source Solutions. The IT and engineering recruitment consultancy is receiving business coaching from Monika and is among 61 companies at the thriving commercial hub, with 55 serviced offices, 20 workshops, meeting rooms and conference facilities.

If your company is looking for a highly experienced provider of media releases to support business growth, with proven cases of ROI, please contact Ron Wain, MD, Deep South Media, for a no-obligation chat.

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