Sparkle and Shine was a marketing and PR company founded to help small businesses get the recognition they deserved and a marketing plan they could follow.  Sparkle (PR) and Shine (Marketing) came to a natural close in 2008.

Here are some of the highlights . . .

It was an absolute pleasure to work with some outstanding clients.

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Clients said . . .

  • If you want integrity and prompt attention use Sparkle and Shine.

    Janet Banerjee

    Allen College

  • Easy to talk to, enthusiastic, knowledgeable and very client-centered. Gave me lots of help and fab ideas.

    Jillian Lawrence

    The Baby Lady

  • Sarah is truly professional and client focused. She listens and is very patient with demanding clients.

    Richard Turner

    Rooms2Breathe

  • Sparkle and Shine have been a great help to me: thoughtful, wise advice about marketing and PR, and a really professional focus on delivery.

    Stewart Beamont

    Stewart Beamont Associates

  • Saracens have found Sparkle and Shine nothing but professional, ambitious and able to produce excellent results.

    Jaimie Fendley

    Saracens House Business Centre

  • Collaborating in projects associated with Sparkle and Shine is a genuine pleasure. Projects are well planned, creative and produce vibrant, striking results.

    Ian Pointer

    Custardfish

  • Sparkle and Shine’s support has enabled so many doors to be opened for our UK Co-ordinators’ efforts to fund our mission and projects in Romania. The Radio Suffolk live telephone link on Boxing Day was incredible and Florentina and Olimpia really enjoyed sharing their thoughts.

    Ron and Jo Jowett

    Love Light Romania Aid

  • I want to thank you for helping me stick to a plan for promoting my business. So much better than the old splatter-gun technique I previously favoured!  And it’s got me business.

    Sarah Oliver

    Slimlife

  • Coming from a technical background it can be hard to know how to get started in marketing. Sparkle and Shine were able to offer some great pointers to start getting our message across to people and generate interest in our products and services.

    Malcolm Myers

    Analogue Precision