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RBH wins brief from Kingfisher Shopping Centre

RBH Creative Communications has won the PR brief for Kingfisher Shopping Centre Redditch following a competitive pitch.

Tasked with raising the profile of the shopping centre within the region and supporting it during this difficult post-lockdown period, the RBH team will devise and deliver a PR strategy of media relations and social.

This latest win follows a successful year for the PR team, after it added a number of new clients to its growing roster, including national apprenticeship provider, JTL.

Domonique Lippett, marketing manager at Kingfisher, said: “We were so impressed with RBH’s sector knowledge, their innovative and creative approach towards PR and their enthusiasm to support the centre and our team.

“We appointed RBH at the start of a very difficult time – just as lockdown was announced. But their support and dedication to guiding us through this period with a focus on clear, effective customer communications has been an enormous help. We have some exciting announcements at Kingfisher in the coming months and we’re thrilled that we’ll be working with RBH to deliver these.”

RBH Partner (PR), Rebecca Williams, added: “We are delighted to have been appointed as Kingfisher’s retained agency and are looking forward to further driving awareness and footfall to the centre. This latest win is testament to the team’s commitment to delivering timely and creative PR and content strategies for our clients.”

Based in the West Midlands and independently owned, RBH was established in 1995 as a full-service creative agency. Now a team of 45, its portfolio of clients includes Peugeot, JLR, Freya, Birmingham Airport, Mailbox, The Cube and Young British Designers.

Written by Fizz Bingham

Digital Partner and Lifelong RBH-er.

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