Agency Testimonials

What our members are saying about FAPRA.

“BOTTLE PR has benefited tremendously from the association's ‘Find a PR Agency' (FAPRA) service.  In fact, in the past three months we've won two fantastic new clients as a result of FAPRA.”

Claire Cairns
Bottle PR

“In our view, FAPRA is an important tool offered by the PRCA and we're confident that it will continue to play an increasingly important role for us. From an agency perspective, the process is smooth and well managed, and for clients looking for an agency it immediately offers peace of mind that those involved will be among the best in their field.”

Caroline Kinsey
Cirkle Communications



“We have secured several pieces of business through FAPRA-it has become an important part of our new business efforts.”

Ginny Paton
House PR

“More and more pitches are being channeled through the PRCA's FAPRA service giving us the potential to win more business.”

Matt Neale
Golin Harris

“Professional , comprehensive , selective , discerning , discreet, knowledgeable and empathetic. Why pay for an outside sourcing agency ?”

Jonathan Choat
Nexus Communications

“The great thing about the FAPRA service is that prospects come to us having thoroughly qualified our capabilities. We know they're interested and keen to talk - a perfect starting point.”

Dougal Paver
Paver Smith


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