DBC scores a hat-trick
One of the Island’s newest public relations firms, Deep Blue Communications, has landed a hat-trick of new clients.
Conyers Dill & Pearman, named recently by Chambers as the Off-shore Law firm of the Year, The Complete Office and iClick plus charity YouthNet, have all taken on Deep Blue Communications (DBC) as their PR consultant.
DBC director Jeremy Deacon, a 30-year veteran of the media business in Bermuda and the UK, said: “I am delighted that such well-known names in the Bermuda community have put their faith in what is still a relatively new company.”
It brings the number of full-time clients to four as DBC is also the PR consultant for Colonial Group International. DBC has also helped Greenrock in publicizing Earth Hour as well as Age Concern with its annual report.
Mr Deacon, 51, who is married to a Bermudian, founded DBC last September after leaving The Royal Gazette where he was Assistant Editor and acting Editor.
He worked on The Royal Gazette for seven years, after returning to the Island from the UK – he was a reporter with the Gazette for two years in the 1990’s. While in the UK he worked in senior management positions at award winning regional newspapers.
As well as running DBC, Mr Deacon also blogs his personal opinions on Bermuda Blue, http://jeremydeacon.wordpress.com and you can follow him on Twitter @jeremydeacon1.
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For more information contact Jeremy Deacon, Deep Blue Communications, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 400 3337/534 2205 or Skype Jez.Deacon