HELPING YOU COMMUNICATE MORE SUCCESSFULLY
Whether it is devising and implementing a crisis communications plan, creating a marketing strategy in line with a client’s business objectives, providing a media relations service or staging an event, David Leck Associates brings together a wealth of experience – and a team of professionals with unrivalled industry skills, knowledge, contacts and expertise.
Over two decades we have worked with clients in a broad range of sectors on a wide mix of marketing programmes. From devising strategies and budgets through to commissioning creatives and other suppliers, we have experience across medium and large scale projects from brochures, annual reports, other marketing collateral and point of sale materials through to direct mail, advertising, websites, market research and exhibitions.
David Leck has a proven track record spanning more than 25 years’ in media relations, combining major campaigns with substantial crisis and issues management experience.
David Leck Associates has worked on major press campaigns for a number of health related issues and charitable causes, for a portfolio of boutique tour operators, in the leisure and fitness industry and across other sectors such as broadcasting, media and the arts.
Within the area of crisis management, David Leck has handled a number of sensitive issues and media campaigns. He has worked with a 200-year-old manufacturing business on the closure of a major production facility involving the loss of several hundred jobs, represented a major property developer and investor on a number of issues relating to planning and contentious environmental programmes, and provides a press office service to numerous clients.
David Leck began his PR career in the BBC corporate press office where he still works as a freelance member of a team providing a service in one of the busiest press operations in the UK. In this role he has worked on a range of issues and situations, including the kidnapping of correspondent Alan Johnson in Gaza, the ‘Top Gear’ crash involving Richard Hammond, the Russell Brand/Jonathan Ross issue on BBC Radio 2, Jimmy Savlile, and the Corporation’s decision not to broadcast the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) appeal for Gaza.