Communications agency PDPR announces new clients including the National Association of Women in Construction

Communications agency PDPR has been appointed to the marketing account of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC).

NAWIC chair, Kristine Scheul, said she was excited to have the agency on board.

PDPR managing directors Briana Cicchelli and Annika Launay

“We’re excited to be working with [managing director Briana Cicchelli] and PDPR for our marketing and communications solutions, including helping to amplify our voice as advocates for an equitable construction industry where women fully participate,” she said.

Alongside NAWIC, the agency has also added three new clients to its roster. The first is FMCG company Naturalena Brands which houses feminine care products brand Veeda and nappy brand Happy Little Camper.

Brisbane Distillery appointed the agency as it was in the midst of pivoting its production from gin to hand sanitiser due to COVID-19.

PDPR began working with information technology and communications company, Laminar, at it focused its efforts on clients’ cyber security when people began working from home.

Managing directors Cicchelli and Annika Launay were proud of their clients’ and their own agency’s ability to quickly pivot their businesses.

In a release, the agency wrote: “While ‘Pivot’ may well be the most over-used business buzz word of the entire corona outbreak, it has certainly proven to be a failsafe catch-cry of the team at PDPR Marketing and Creative.”


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