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Warrington PR firm shortlisted for British Small Business award
Award-winning Warrington PR and communications agency No Brainer is celebrating after being shortlisted for ‘Micro Business of the Year’ at the British Small Business Awards.
The Victoria Park-based PR, social media and content marketing firm will compete against nine other companies from across the country for the prestigious title – with the winner announced at a glitzy ceremony in London’s Grand Connaught Rooms on 20th October.
“We’re very proud to be representing Warrington and the creative industry in this prestigious award ceremony,” said No Brainer director and co-founder Lee Cullen.
“To be in the running for a British Small Business award really puts No Brainer on the national stage, so we’re absolutely delighted to have made the shortlist.”
This latest recognition comes following a highly successful 18 months for No Brainer.
Founded by Cullen and Gary Jenkins in 2015, the agency has gone on to pick up a number of high-profile client wins and was recently crowned ‘New Business of the Year’ at the Warrington Business Awards.
The firm has also made the shortlist for the Outstanding Small Public Relations Consultancy award at November’s Chartered Institute of Public Relations North West Pride Awards and in August, former BBC producer Steve Bland joined the team as News and Content Manager. Read more