Polkadot Communications wins PR for P. Volve, Fry Family and Swirlit

Polkadot Communications has announced the addition of three new clients to its roster: fitness program P. Volve, vegan food company Fry Family and oral health beverage Swirlit.

For each of the three clients, the agency has been tasked to deliver a combination of content creation, community management, PR, event management and influencer engagement.

Polkadot Communications has won three new accounts

Polkadot Communications owner, Dionne Taylor, said in a statement: “We’re always looking to work with clients who can differentiate themselves from their competitors in their industry, and those that have something to say. We’re thrilled to partner with these leading brands known on both a local and global scale.”

Fry Family marketing director, Tammy Fry, stated: “We are very excited to be working with the motivated, professional and experienced team at Polkadot Communications. We have no doubt that the collaboration will have excellent results and add great value to media content on the subject of plant-based foods and lifestyle.”

Last month, Polkadot Communications won the Australian PR account for Hostelworld from Hotwire, and was appointed to execute the PR for New York City’s Empire State Building in Australia.

General manager of Polkadot Communications, Anna MacIntosh, said: “As the agency continues to have a stellar 2019, we are proud to continue growing a sector in what the agency is famous for, lifestyle communications.”

Polkadot Communications has also appointed Sarah Young as public relations assistant.

Young completed her Bachelor’s degree in fashion communication at Northumbria University last year. Since then she has worked as a marketing assistant at Simple Machines and as a market researcher at Kantar.


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