PR firm goes into Africa
THE team at Ipswich-based Stratton PR is reaching for the sun lotion and sunglasses after winning its first international client. Cosmetica Travel, based in Tunisia, specialises in the provision of cosmetic surgery by qualified, registered surgeons, combined with five-star luxury holidays.
THE team at Ipswich-based Stratton PR is reaching for the sun lotion and sunglasses after winning its first international client.
Cosmetica Travel, based in Tunisia, specialises in the provision of cosmetic surgery by qualified, registered surgeons, combined with five-star luxury holidays.
Stratton PR, having pitched against other London-based agencies, was awarded the contract to manage a comprehensive PR and communications campaign aimed at raising the profile of Cosmetica Travel and Tunisia as a destination of choice for British people wanting cosmetic surgery abroad.
Stratton has also secured work from a number of new local clients in recent months, including Development East, a specialist driver-only supplier with over 20 years experience in the transport sector, The Make your Mark in Lowestoft and Waveney campaign, which is aimed at helping young people to make their ideas happen through local enterprise, Henley Risk Management, a commercial insurance broker specialising in the construction, contracting and manufacturing industries, and Kester Cunningham John Solicitors, a legal 500 company and one of the fastest growing law firms in East Anglia.
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Sue Wilcock, managing director of Stratton PR, said: “We have worked extremely hard to gain a reputation as a no-frills, up-front agency that works hard to understand the needs of its clients.
“I'm particularly delighted with the award from Cosmetica Travel as we were up against stiff competition and we were able to demonstrate that you don't need to be a London centric agency to deliver the results and service expected by the client.”
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