New Year, New Faces at WPR

Award-winning PR and social media agency WPR has welcomed three new colleagues this new year.

Joining as PR manager, Chloe Hardy brings significant experience of both B2B and consumer PR. Having previously worked with an impressive roster of clients spanning industries from education to lifestyle, Chloe’s talent for creating campaigns that deliver results will be put to work for consumer clients including Warner Leisure Hotels and PDSA.

On the social media team, Heléna Mitchell’s role as social media executive will see her working on creative campaigns for clients such as Checkatrade and AIS.

Expanding the content team, Conor Seery joins as junior PR and content executive. Already with a degree in English and Creative Writing, Conor recently completed a master’s degree and will now be applying his talents as a wordsmith across WPR’s client portfolio.

WPR managing director Jane Ainsworth said: “Welcoming three new team members is a lovely way to begin a new year. The second half of 2021 was an exciting time for WPR; we expanded our team, were thrilled to start working with fabulous new clients and delivered some fantastic campaigns for our existing clients.

“We may be just a few weeks into 2022 but it already looks like things are shaping up to be even better in the year ahead.”

As an independently owned agency, WPR invests heavily in creating a company culture where people thrive personally and professionally. With an impressive track record of recruiting and developing talent, WPR’s team retention rates are 30% higher than the industry average, and the Birmingham PR and social media agency was named as a Sunday Times Best Small Company to Work For in 2020.