Client testimonials


“The service saved hours of time in finding the right agency.”

Mark Bishop
Allianz Insurance


“I wouldn't consider running a PR pitch without using the professional and discreet PRCA's Find A PR Agency service, which is free to clients.”

Rosie Doggett
RD Squared


“The FAPRA service was invaluable in helping us run a swift pitch process, letting us sift through hundreds of options to find the most suitable firms. We were very satisfied with the quality of the recommended firms and the guidance that PRCA provided throughout the process.”

Dan Yates

“I believe that MBF found an agency that we wouldn't have found otherwise through your service. Not only did they have the skills and experience to deliver within the charitable sector they were also able to work within our budget, which is important in today's economic climate.”

Emma Dobie
Mentoring and Befriending Foundation

“We have found the PRCA's Find a PR Agency most helpful, given that we are in a rather esoteric field and PR had not been used to any great extent by other companies in it. The ability to narrow down likely agencies with relevant experience was enormously time saving and we suspect, cost saving too.”

David Peddy
Surgical Instrument group holdings Ltd


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Conflict of interest clients
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