Frontier PR Celebrates a Decade

Ten is tin for specialist PR agency

Specialist B2B public relations agency Frontier PR has celebrated ten years in business, as the company marks its ‘tin’ anniversary, completing a full decade as a limited company.

Over that time the business has built an enviable reputation for delivering intelligent, integrated communications campaigns for housing, built environment and B2B clients.

In 2010, its client roster included the likes of social housing software innovators’ Mobysoft, and Greater Manchester social landlord Salix Homes, both of which laid the foundations for numerous housing related campaigns.

Over a course of the decade, Frontier PR has enjoyed working for numerous social landlords, such as ForViva, AnchorHanover, Arkon Housing, Peaks & Plains and Stafford & Rural Homes.

The agency has also delivered campaigns for construction and property technology businesses, including Daikin, Secure Meters (UK), Seddon, Housing Partners, Keepmoat Homes and Epwin Window Systems. 

Managing Director David Innes-Edwards said: “Let’s be honest, 2020 has not a great year for celebrating anything, and we’ll have to put the birthday party for clients, friends and family on ice for a few months.

“But it’s still important that we take the opportunity to mark a significant landmark, as businesses can end or fail for so many reasons, so to still be enjoying it and hard at it after ten years is something I’m proud of. 

“My biggest lesson so far? You learn a lot about business and yourself when things go wrong, so try and take setbacks as part of your education. 

“That’s not always easy to do when it’s your business, but it’s so crucial to ensuring you keep the right mind-set and don’t take things to heart.”

David concludes: “I’d also like to take the opportunity to thank our clients and people past and present, they’ve made Frontier PR what it is, and it’s great to see how former staff have progressed and flourished, I take great pride in that. Thank you all.”

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