Newcastle-based ramarketing is celebrating its fifth birthday with a move to new city centre based premises and the launch of a new website to showcase its work, following several contract wins.

The marketing and PR business has moved to the high-profile Railway Arches at Newcastle Central Station, which is fast becoming one of the most sought after locations in the city.

To support the expansion, the company’s new website, created by Gateshead-based Solution Group, showcases much of ramarketing’s work accomplished across 50+ clients over the last five years.

Founded by Raman Sehgal in 2009, the award-winning ramarketing has grown steadily with a business model focused on maintaining low overheads and offering competitive market rates for clients in the North-East, nationally and internationally.

Raman said: “Although the market has been challenging over the last 18 months, this is a really exciting time for ramarketing and the move to our new office gives us a really visible presence in the city centre.

“Despite bigger premises, our new website and adding more people to our team, we are keeping true to our commitment of offering businesses in the region and beyond, a cost-effective outsourced marketing, brand communications and PR arm without having to pay a hefty price tag during these challenging economic times.”

Situated on the mezzanine floor above neighbours Woodruff & Co Property Consultants, the office features an open plan interior coupled with the iconic arching ceiling of the railway arches.

The region’s current CIPR Outstanding Small Consultancy of the year, ramarketing now operates across a number of sectors including pharmaceutical, healthcare, property, technology and finance and leisure.

The marketing and PR business prides itself on its transparent approach and its ability to match client needs to consultants with relevant knowledge and industry experience.

It also works with several charitable organisations and donates a percentage of the business’ profits to local community initiatives in the North-East every year.