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KC Communications signs hair-raising new client

Pictured are Aasim Hashmi of JUVIDA Clinics, Sophie Matthews of JUVIDA Clinics and Katrina Cliffe of KC Communications

The UK’s first purpose-built robotic hair transplant clinic,  JUVIDA Clinics, has appointed Huddersfield PR and marketing agency KC Communications after a successful pitch.

Skipton-based JUVIDA, which is a portmanteau meaning “youthful life”, offers bespoke hair restoration treatments including FUE (follicular unit extraction) using the world’s most advanced robotic technology in the industry.

JUVIDA Clinics boasts the state-of-art ARTAS iXTM robotic hair system; the latest in hair restoration treatment that utilises robotic and artificial intelligence (AI) technology to deliver precise, minimally-invasive permanent hair restoration results while reducing the risk of human error.

The clinic has already attracted an impressive roster of celebrity clients, and KC Communications will be responsible for developing and implementing JUVIDA Clinics’ public relations strategy which will raise the profile of the clinic in the UK and international markets to align with its ambitious growth plans.

KC Communications founder Katrina Cliffe said: “We are thrilled to be working with JUVIDA Clinics and look forward to demonstrating the extent of our team’s capabilities as PR experts.

“We will continue to raise the profile of JUVIDA as the go-to place for hair restoration advice and treatment and we are really impressed with the company’s ethos and their commitment to providing clients with exceptional service and honest advice.”

Aasim Hashmi of JUVIDA Clinics said: “KC Communications came recommended to us and their proposal further proved that the team has the capability, expertise and understanding of our business to help us achieve our goals. We are looking forward to working closely with them.”

 

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