PEOPLE FROM EVERY CORNER OF THE CITY
From the smallest startups to the biggest events, we've worked with countless people, businesses, and organisations in Portsmouth and Southsea, across a wide range of media persuasions.
Click through to each client on the left (or tap the + icon above if you're on mobile) to see what we've done for them, and see our latest work in our media blog below.
Some agencies turn campaigns into hunts, which fans go crazy for, trying to dig up clues about what’s being teased. Other marketers will take the more sombre route of heartstring-tugging ads worthy of Oscar nominations. Sometimes, it all comes down to memes.
Portsmouth International Port employed us to create a visually enticing preview film, showcasing the companies operations, activities within the historic harbour, and the wealth of tourist attractions for tourists to enjoy around Portsmouth.
When the lovely Pippa from her newly-founded business Angel Dog Care came to us back in June, we were determined to give her the best possible logo and website for her business. "I can't recommend Team Locals more highly! 10/10 for service, advice for all new media links & web design. Super for starting your business or existing, if you need the step up! They have guided me through my new business venture and website. I'm 100% happy with the service & ongoing support that they have provided."
The Royal Navy’s newest and largest warship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, made her long-awaited arrival into Portsmouth Harbour this week, on Wednesday 16th August 2017. Charley and myself made a beeline for the roof of Ben Ainslie Racing’s headquarters in Old Portsmouth. We knew our coverage would prove popular, but we didn’t expect to hit a reach of two-million people on a single post!
For our sixth monthly photography competition of the year, we encouraged people to get out and capture people living their daily lives on our island city. See the winner, and other entries.
A lot of the photos we get sent by competition entrants are taken along Southsea Seafront, and while that’s exciting, we want to bring things back into the city of Portsmouth a little bit. June’s ‘Street Life’ theme is all about capturing people just living their daily lives on our island city.
For our fifth monthly photography competition of the year, we encouraged people to get out and capture photos from as low a vantage point as possible, with interesting compositions built from the ground up, or with eye-catching lead-in lines.