Shortlisted for Small PR Agency

Written by Faith PR


One of West Yorkshire’s fastest growing PR consultancies, Faith PR, has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award in recognition of its work.

Leeds-based Faith PR has been nominated for the ‘Small PR Agency of the Year’ in the Prolific North Awards. The fiercely competitive annual industry awards are designed to celebrate excellence and recognise exceptional talent in the creative and media industries across the North of England.

The six-strong team at Faith PR works with a variety of brands across a spectrum of B2B and consumer sectors providing PR, communications and design services.

Faith PR has tripled its turnover in the past three years and is looking forward to expanding in the manufacturing industry.

Earlier this year, Faith PR was nominated as ‘Business of the Year’ in the 2014 Network She Foundation International Women’s Day Awards. Founder and director, Stefanie Hopkins, has also been named as one of Yorkshire Business Insider’s 42 under 42 this year with members of the elite club being described as rising stars of the future.

Speaking about the nomination, Stefanie of Faith PR adds: “I am thrilled that Faith PR has been shortlisted for this award. Although Faith has been going for over seven years we have stepped up our growth plans over the past 24 months and now have a fantastic team in place to help us achieve them. This nomination is testament to the team’s dedication and hard work, I am very proud of them.”

The Prolific North awards winners will be revealed at the awards ceremony on Thursday 1 May 2014 at The Point, Lancashire County Cricket Club. Journalist and presenter, Jim Hancock, and BBC North West Tonight reporter and presenter, Becky Meehan, will present the awards on the night.

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