Winners of CIPR's Outstanding Small Consultancy 2014

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Specialists in Profiling Clients as Industry Experts

Quest PR - fusing business to business PR and social media to drive sales

Every week Quest PR’s clients in product and service based businesses are called on to comment as experts on TV, radio or in the print media.

That’s because we’re an established, fun to work with, multi award-winning PR agency which guarantees our clients - many of whom have worked with us for over a decade - results in their target media.

Ranked consistently in Prolific North's Top 50 Agencies and winner of CIPR's Outstanding Small Consultancy, we ensure our clients are seen and heard in their target media.

As former national and regional broadcast and print journalists, our skill and expertise in fusing PR with social media sees us writing, placing - and rolling out storylines, business comment and features across traditional media, digital media and social media – to secure you leads and contracts.

We don’t leave you in the lurch when getting you in the media. As one of the UK’s top media trainers we teach you to handle the media confidently and competently.

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Contact us now on +44 (0)1423 564 192 to meet up for a cuppa and to discuss how we can help you.

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