Posted on October 6, 2016 by staff

Expanding Ledigo PR moves into MediaCityUK


PR and events specialist Ledigo PR has taken up residence at MediaCityUK in Salford Quays.

Ledigo PR – which specialises in delivering launch parties and public relations services in the health, fitness and beauty sectors, as well as for celebrities and reality TV personalities – is now located in The Greenhouse, MediaCityUK.

The move follows a team expansion and new additions to the client portfolio of the four-year-old firm.

Its impressive client roster includes Jason Manford, Real Housewives of Cheshire stars Lauren Simon and Tanya Bardsley, X Factor star Jake Quickenden and radio presenter Mike Toolan.

Owner and founder Stephanie Ledigo, said: “It’s a really exciting time for Ledigo PR and when we felt ready for an office relocation, MediaCityUK was the obvious choice.

“While we were founded in Cheshire, where a lot of our clients are based, the new office is at the centre of the action and means we are perfectly positioned to attract the attention of key media and achieve the best results.”

The Tomorrow building, a new creative workspace for SMEs, was recently unveiled at MediaCityUK.

Stephen Wild, managing director of MediaCityUK said: “The PR sector is thriving at MediaCityUK and Ledigo PR is a welcome addition to The Greenhouse.

“Our recently-approved development plan to double the site in the next 10 years means that we are focused on attracting both established companies and start-up talent, ensuring there is a perfect balance of experience and innovation among the companies that choose to operate here.

“As we grow as a destination with more bars and restaurants, MediaCityUK is becoming a real centre for creativity – chance conversations between industry professionals are happening in an organic way that wouldn’t happen anywhere else, and the results of those conversations are good news for businesses.

“With Ledigo PR’s proven track record in public relations, this is something we are sure they will make the most of and we look forward to seeing what’s in store for the agency at MediaCityUK.”