Agency continues to grow client list

SUFFOLK-based public relations agency Project PR has continued to grow by landing another four significant new clients.

East of England Inward Investment, which supports foreign-owned business seeking to invest in the region, and Resource Efficiency East, a body funded by the East of England Development Agency to help local businesses reduce their impact on the environment are among the new clients.

So too are Skills Training UK, a nationwide provider of welfare to work training and employment advice, and Overeaters Anonymous, a body which works in a similar way to Alcoholics Anonymous but for those with eating disorders.

In addition, the agency has also agreed to assist local organisations Felixstowe Chamber of Commerce, Ipswich Women’s Aid and the Rotary Clubs of East Suffolk in raising the awareness of the work they do.

Penny Arbuthnot, director of Ipswich-based Project PR, said: “Our team have worked hard to ensure that our business hasn’t been affected by the recession, and to spread the message that PR is a cost effective method for businesses to raise their awareness.”


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