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On the Radar. That’s where you want to be, sharing good news and success stories, achievements and milestones that set you apart from the rest.
The Radar is a great barometer because visibility is key. Communication is everything, in business and in life – that’s where we come in.
Nestled among the golden sands and glorious mountains of North Wales, Radar PR is a creative agency blending eye-catching imagery with concise, colourful copy that will capture the attention of your chosen audience.
Who are we?
Radar PR was established by former journalist and communications manager, Martin Williams.
With more than 20 years’ experience in the media and public relations, Martin cut his teeth at several newspaper titles including the North Wales Weekly News, Visitor series and Daily Post, where he was a news and sports reporter, before moving across to become Business Editor.
Martin then joined Wrexham Glyndwr University as Communications Manager and had responsibility for the press office, social media and internal communications, as well as successfully steering the institution through challenging times at a reputational level.
His work has been published all over the UK and internationally, from The Daily Telegraph, The New York Post, The Sun, The Mirror and Sunday Times to Boxing Monthly, FourFourTwo magazine, and the NME.
He works closely with journalists and media partners in North Wales and beyond, and prides himself on the partnerships and contacts he has built-up over the last two decades in TV, radio and the local and national press.
Creating a buzz is what inspires him. Whatever it is you want to talk about, you’ve come to the right place.
We offer multiple services to help support your needs, from PR to crisis communications, social media workshops and consultation, copywriting, blogs and web support. We also have talented partners across the media who, together with Radar PR, produce top-quality digital marketing strategies, photography, videography, web design, market research and more.
Digital and Social Media
Web Content and Design
Video and Images
Our clients and partners include.
“Martin has been instrumental in assisting Clogau Gold as a business with local PR and engendering support across Wales and the North West. He has integrity and the public know this – that’s why we really appreciate his support.”
“I have known Martin for many years and always found him to be totally professional and well informed as to the area required. He has been a stalwart in helping to get the message across for my events.
Nothing is too much trouble for him…a joy to work with.”
“Martin was a proactive, skilful and insightful Business Editor at the Daily Post. I had the pleasure of featuring in the business section on numerous occasions, all of which were of great benefit. I look forward to working with Martin in his new role.”
“Martin is a rare thing: a tip-top journo with the manners of a gent. A strong writer with razor-sharp news values yet approachable, friendly and likeable. If I set up a PR agency tomorrow, Martin would be the first journo I’d poach.”
“Martin is totally committed to the local business community and takes every opportunity to highlight good news. He is an expert business commentator and a great asset to North Wales. Martin is an outstanding professional and I have no hesitation in recommending his ability, honesty and integrity.”
“Martin is THE person to know if you’re in business in North Wales! He’s extremely efficient and has a wealth of knowledge, keeping his audiences informed via a variety of media including updated social media profiles. He’s professional, keeps to his word and, most of all, delivers.”
“Martin is the ‘go to’ guru for business and community matters and information. Well known for his passion, drive and contagious enthusiasm, Martin is a pleasure to do business with. I would not hesitate to recommend him for services relating to PR, media, social media, networking and communication. He is ‘The Fonz’ of the North Wales business community!”
“Martin has the ability to spread the word in North Wales. Invite Martin around for a coffee and a chat when you have some news to share, you will be pleasantly surprised by how many of your customers comment on articles they have read about you and your company in the papers.”
“Martin has a nose for a good story without being sensationalist, which has earned him the trust of his wide-ranging network of contacts. Martin can be relied upon to approach a story with professionalism and sensitivity and has a knack of connecting with his readership.”
“We all absolutely love the article Martin produced for us – it was a fantastic piece and so exciting to see our names in the Cornwall business press.”
“Martin is a true professional and a pleasure to work with. His PR expertise is second to none, which is highlighted by the respect others have for him. Martin is working with us to promote our new holiday park development – Maes Mynan Park. He is great at thinking outside the box when it come to PR stories and we are very pleased he will be with us for our exciting and at times challenging journey, creating a holiday park Flintshire can be proud of.”
News, articles and blogs from our clients and partners.
THE first phase of a new luxury North Wales holiday park has been launched. Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas AM, Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, joined Acorn Leisure owners Peter and Louise Barlow to unveil the Maes Mynan Park development in Afonwen, near Caerwys. The site will feature 47 lodges around two lakes as part…
COLEG CAMBRIA is taking a 21-strong team to this year’s Worldskills UK LIVE finals. The north east Wales college will have one of the largest squads at the competition, which takes place over three days at the Birmingham NEC in November. Worldskills UK LIVE is the biggest skills, apprenticeships and careers event in the country,…
COLEG CAMBRIA is helping to preserve the oldest and rarest species of goat in the UK. As recently as 2010 the Rare Breeds Survival Trust listed the Bagot goat at ‘critically endangered’ because there were fewer than a hundred breeding nannies in the country. That classification was changed to ‘vulnerable’ in the following years, which…