PR agency scoops trio of account wins
Nottingham PR agency RedTree PR is celebrating a strong first quarter after securing three accounts.
Recruitment specialists Thorn Baker, consulting development engineers, M-EC and Turning Point Accountancy Services are the latest account wins for the Beeston-based agency, which focuses predominantly on business to business marketing and reputation management.
Nottingham based Thorn Baker retained RedTree following a successful project last year, which saw them secure national coverage for their 30th Anniversary milestone and promote the reorganisation of its specialist divisions into Thorn Baker Construction, Thorn Baker Industrial and Thorn Baker Estates, Facilities and Maintenance.
Turning Point Accountancy Services, located at Highfields Science Park, has engaged RedTree following a recommendation from existing client Repeat Digital.
The accountancy business hopes to raise its profile in Nottingham and the East Midlands, as a favoured supplier of accountancy and bookkeeping for small businesses, as well as personal and corporation tax advice.
M-EC, headquartered in Hugglescote in Leicestershire, is one of the industry’s leading and fastest-growing consulting development engineers and operates nationwide from its offices in Birmingham, Brighton, Leeds, Leicester, Milton Keynes and Nottingham. RedTree has been appointed to raise awareness of the engineering consultancies capabilities across its six offices nationally and within trade media.
Chris Mitchell, RedTree’s managing director said: “One of our founding principles is that public relations should be affordable and deliver results for a wide variety of businesses. Since we started in 2013, we have helped early start-ups to some of the region’s largest firms build their brand awareness by working with them to increase their regular media presence. Adding these three new businesses to our portfolio is a real coup for us, as we love working with business that do excellent work for their clients and helping them to achieve their ambitions through PR.”