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AKA PR to handle Giggleswick School PR

Skipton-based AKA PR has been appointed by Giggleswick School to handle its public and media relations. Aire Valley's longest established PR consultancy will help build brand awareness and raise the profile of the school using strategic and targeted communications to reach a wider audience. Giggleswick School is an independent, co-educational day and

Spring has sprung at AKA PR

An Aire Valley PR agency has given its brand a refresh by launching a new website as business continues to grow.   Unveiling its new look, AKA PR, based in Skipton, showcases its core service offering - PR, social media, internal communications, events and copywriting - in its new, responsive online hub.   Jan Turner, director of AKA PR, said: "As a team of seasoned PR pros, we

AKA PR director becomes Bliss Champion

Associate director of long-established Skipton-based AKA PR, Lisa Artis, has become a voluntary Bliss Champion for the charity Bliss, at Airedale Hospital's neonatal unit.  She will be using her public relations and marketing know-how to work with the neonatal ward manager and team as well as with other Bliss Champions, at

AKA PR gains new team member

Aire Valley's longest established public relations consultancy, AKA PR, has appointed Helen Wardley to support its growing client base, bringing the total number of employees up to 11.  Former journalist, Helen, who lives in Cowling, joins AKA as an account manager, bringing six years of public relations and marketing experience with

Skipton’s AKA PR set for the future

Skipton-based PR and marketing specialist, AKA PR, has appointed two long-serving employees as associate directors. Joanne Jenkinson and Lisa Artis join co-owners, Jessica Alexander and Jan Turner, as part of a strategic move to take AKA PR to the next level. Joanne, who has been with the company for 17 years said:

Cycling excitement for AKA PR

Skipton-based AKA PR is getting behind a local man as he attempts to break a cycling world record. Sam Boatwright from Steeton, is to cycle from John O'Groats to Land's End in under 44 hours to beat the Guinness World Record, with all proceeds going to the charity, Help For Heroes. AKA

Hat trick of staff for Skipton’s AKA PR

Skipton-based AKA PR has appointed three new public relations staff to support its rapidly expanding client base. The company, based at High Corn Mill, now employs a total of 11 people. Rebecca Sutcliffe joins AKA as a PR account manager bringing 15 years of public relations and marketing experience with her.