Manchester-based communications consultancy, Roland Dransfield PR, won three new property accounts in November.
Bruntwood appointed the agency to handle PR campaigns for two major Deansgate office refurbishments; the former Overseas House, recently renamed Deansgate&Quay as it undergoes a £4.5m redevelopment; and the listed Elliot House, which is being brought to the market for the first time in 20 years.
In addition, two Manchester-based professional services firms, NJL Consulting, an independent planning, sustainability and development consultancy, and Pareto Financial Planning, Manchester's largest independent team of IFAs, have instructed Roland Dransfield to handle PR, content marketing and social media management for their growing teams.
To help support the new clients, RDPR has recruited Hannah Khan from the Apprentice Academy as a digital apprentice to support its content and social media offer.
Lisa Morton, managing director of RDPR, said: "Our reputation and business strategy has given us the opportunity to work with businesses across a wide range of sectors. The addition of our specialised content marketing and social media team has enabled us to win a plethora of new clients by creating and promoting engaging copy that drives relevant traffic and positions our clients as thought leaders within their industry sector."