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Chamber members show faith in working together

Published 19th Dec 2014 by Rebecca Greenhough

​One of Yorkshire’s fastest growing PR and communications agencies, Faith PR, has increased its client base by forming a partnership with fellow Chamber member, J. G. Harrison & Sons.

The win comes as representatives from each organisation sealed the deal at the last Kirklees Business Conference having previously met at a number of Chamber networking events.

The partnership follows the communications agency opening its doors to new Brighouse offices, as part of its expansion and aim to become the area’s leading PR and communications agency.

Faith PR will now operate closer to J. G. Harrison & Sons alongside a number of Huddersfield and Halifax-based clients.

Long standing Chamber member and lighting specialist, J.G. Harrison & Sons are a family owned business that occupy four branches across Yorkshire and Lancashire.

Amanda Speight, Business Development Manager who inititiated the partnership commented:

“We are overjoyed to be working with faith PR. Within just one month of us joining them we have already seen local press coverage and they have even helped us secure our first award!”

Director of Faith PR, Stefanie Hopkins, said:

“Faith PR has experience of working with a range of businesses across the UK and globally but we’re happy to be working with a fellow Chamber member and successful business on our new doorstep too. Our focus will be to help ensure our support directly benefits the clients in terms of increased sales, new client wins and brand awareness.”

Read up on J.G. Harrison & Sons successful business of the month award in the New Year, run by Eaton Smith Solicitors in partnership with UKTI.

For more information on Faith PR and how they can help promote your business visit www.faith-pr.co.uk.

To get connected, get supported and have your say on business issues that matter like Faith PR and J.G. Harrison & Sons, join your Chamber today. 


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