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AFFILIATION OF OXFORDSHIRE-BASED INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES

Two Oxfordshire companies with International reputations have become affiliated to broaden their expertise and appeal to a World-wide client base.

 

Both Nick Harris Media Communications and Indigo Dingo Ltd will use their knowledge and experience in their respective fields to build an association that will benefit both companies.

 

For the last 26 years Nick Harris Media Communications has been at the forefront of International Sports PR and Media Communications.

 

The owners of Indigo Dingo meanwhile, combine  a 20 year track record in feature film and television production with top level sports marketing experience in football, Formula 1, air racing and the Olympics.www.indigodingo.com

 

Nick Harris, Managing Director NHMC.

 

“We are delighted to be affiliated with Paul at Indigo Dingo. His reputation within the television and sports marketing sector speaks for itself. I’m certain that working together on certain projects will benefit the clients in every way. Our two companies are only based a mile apart but the only time I used to meet Paul was at airports.

 

Paul Wightman, Managing Director Indigo Dingo Ltd.

 

“Nick is something of a legend in motor sport and football, so I was delighted to discover that he and his team approach projects with the same creative flair and attention to detail as us at Indigo Dingo.  NHMC is a sports PR company which truly understands television and Indigo Dingo is a production company with a background in sports marketing, so the affiliation makes perfect sense.”

 

 

Contacts

Nick Harris

Email: nick@nick-harris.co.uk

Telephone: +44 (0) 7785 224 596

Paul Wightman

Email: paul@indigodingo.com

Telephone + 44 (0) 7930 347 586

 

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BARRY BOOK STILL SELLING WELL

The Publishers Little Brown has confirmed that copies of the Barry book written by Nick Harris and Steve Parrish are still selling well.  Copies in both paperback and hardback sold well up to Christmas and the trend continued in January.  The book was published in hardback, paperback and trade paperback.  In addition it was published as a talking book and with a special cover into the vibrant Australian market. 

Barry was first published in August 2007.

By | February 3rd, 2009|Uncategorised|1 Comment