Ipswich-based Prominent PR adds National Federation of Roofing Contractors to client list

The team at Prominent PR, from left, Ellen Widdup, Abi Gagen, Kerry Doy, Elly Worsley and Helen Rudd

The team at Prominent PR, from left, Ellen Widdup, Abi Gagen, Kerry Doy, Elly Worsley and Helen Rudd. Picture: Gavin King Photography. - Credit: Archant

A Suffolk-based public relations firm is celebrating after securing a national client.

Prominent PR has been appointed to deliver communications for the National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC), including internal communications, news stories, feature articles and columns for the trade press and a full press office service.

Ipswich-based Prominent, which has extensive experience in the built environment sector, won the contract on word-of-mouth recommendation.

Helen Rudd, managing director of Prominent, said: “We are very excited to be working with the NFRC and utilising our expertise in this crucial industry sector.

“Being chosen to deliver this account is testimony to the hard work of the team and the standard of work being produced for our clients which include a number of businesses in construction.


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“We are looking forward to making a real difference to the NFRC and the sector.”

The NFRC account will be headed by account manager Kerry Doy, with full support from the rest of the Prominent team.

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Prominent, which launched in 2013, was recently shortlisted in four categories of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Pride awards for the Anglia, Thames and Chiltern region.

The company has been shortlisted for Outstanding Small PR Consultancy and recognised for work with the national charity campaign for Will Aid in the Not-for-Profit category and for work with Dedham-based company British Baby Box in the Low Budget Campaign category. In addition, its marketing manager, Abi Gagen, is up for the title of Outstanding Young Communicator of the Year.

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