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West Midlands PR firm announces office and team expansion

L-R: New Make More Noise recruits, Craig Talbot and Olivia Perryman

West Midlands based PR Agency, Make More Noise, has expanded its operation with the appointment of two new team members and an office move in Birmingham City Centre.

Having recently celebrated its 3rd year in Business, the agency was originally founded by experienced PR and Marketing Consultant, Hannah Haffield, in October 2015, and since this time has grown 100% year-on-year.

Providing B2B and B2C Businesses with services in Public Relations, Marketing and Social Media Management, the agency’s recent expansion has been supported by the appointments of Olivia Perryman and Craig Talbot, who both bring a wealth of PR experience to the team.

Hannah Haffield confirmed: “Make More Noise has had an incredible first three years in Business, where we have continued to grow and expand at an exciting rate. Both the team and I are, therefore, delighted to welcome Olivia and Craig to the agency and feel they will become an asset to our continued delivery of quality PR and Marketing services to both current and new clients across the UK and Overseas.”

Craig, 27, joins Make More Noise as an Account Manager, having worked in PR since graduating from Staffordshire University in 2012; where Olivia, 26, a graduate from Birmingham City University, brings a wealth of experience from retail giant Claire’s, together with several PR internships from agencies across the Midlands.

The firm’s expansion will also be supported by an office move from Fazeley Studios, Digbeth, to Somerset House in Birmingham City Centre this February, with plans to maintain its Worcestershire presence through the Open Space Rooms, Malvern.

In just three years, Make More Noise has established a profound reputation for its PR and Marketing services, having working with clients on both a local and national scale, whilst  securing investment from BBC Apprentice Winner Mark Wright in 2017.

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