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RADAR PR is celebrating four years in business with a prestigious award nomination.

Author image Published by Sue Johns-Chapman
Published Date 08.03.2022

The North Wales-based company has been shortlisted in the ‘Digital PR Agency of the Year – Small’ category at this year’s UK Digital PR Awards 2022.

Director Martin Williams is thrilled to have made the final following a successful start to the year which saw them welcome six new clients and garner widespread coverage for organisations in multiple sectors nationwide.

“As we mark four years in business, to have either been nominated or won an award each of those years is just phenomenal, and testament to the hard work that has gone in to making Radar PR a success,” said Martin, who has 25 years’ experience in the media and communications. 

“Like many companies we faced challenges during the pandemic but have continued to grow in tandem with the amazing people we represent, including the companies and enterprises to have joined us in 2022.

“Among them are Salisbury’s Accountants, Antur Cymru, Cadwyn Clwyd and Williams Estates, and there are more new names to announce in the coming months.”

Martin added: “We have delivered outstanding results for several high-profile campaigns in our region since launching – including Taste North East Wales, the North Wales Growth Bid and Totally Mold – which have all helped in securing this honour, and our clients are market leaders in myriad sectors. 

“The category we have been shortlisted in is stacked with talented agencies from across the UK so to even be in the conversation is a huge achievement.

“Congratulations to all of the nominees and thanks again to the judges and everyone involved in the UK Digital PR Awards for your support.”

Visit www.radarpublicrelations.co.uk and follow Radar PR @radaforpr for more on the company. 

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