New role for Abi at Prominent PR in Ipswich
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Jops growth at award-winning agency
Award winning Suffolk based Public Relations agency, Prominent PR, is celebrating its newest addition to its already established team of four.
Abi Gagen has joined the agency as Client Services Manager and she will be working alongside managing director Helen Rudd and the team, supporting their variety of local, national and international clients.
This new addition to the company reflects Prominent PR’s linear development over the last two years and brings new skills and expertise to the team.
At the age of 25, Abi has already gained six years of experience in the media industry including her previous role as Communications Officer for Suffolk County Council.
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Abi will be overseeing the management of the agency’s clients to ensure that Prominent PR are continually delivering the best service with the client’s objectives in mind. She will also work in a business development role, helping to develop and grow the agency’s client base.
Abi said: “I’m delighted to be joining the Prominent PR team. The business has achieved a considerable amount in just over two years and I am thrilled to be part of Prominent PR’s future plans. I hope my experience can enhance the company’s offerings and the agency will continue to go from strength to strength.”Helen Rudd, who set up the agency in February 2014 added: “Prominent PR has developed so far on the basis of employing good people who have bought into our vision. Having worked with Abi before I know that she shares my goals for the agency and will be a big factor in helping us to deliver a first class service to our clients.”
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