Prova PR

Warwick's Prova PR continued its steady ascent in 2008, ranking 31st in the Technology Top 40. The agency's focus on digital reaped dividends, and key client wins included Argiva, Exception and PCMS. Under the leadership of MD Richard Postins, the agency expects niche, digital campaigns become even more important this year.

Name: Prova PR

Address: : 7 Church Street, Warwick, Warks, CV34 4AB

Telephone: 01926 776 900  

Email: stjohnw@provapr.co.uk 

Website: N/A

Ranking in Tech Top 40: 31

Tech fee income 2008: £196,000  

Total fee income 2008: £980,000 

Total staff 2008: 10

Who is in the hotseat: Richard Postins - MD

Three best tech client or campaign wins: Arqiva, Exception and PCMS, Savove

Significant hires in the tech team in 2008:
None

Plans and predictions for tech PR in 2009: We will see even more moves towards niche, digitally based campaigns

Tech business or brand to watch in 2008 and why: Toumaz - making great strides in medical research

Describe your agency’s digital offering: Growing rapidly - our new website has lots of digital capability that clients will really benefit from.

How are you keeping up to date with social media: We are all Tweeters, have our own Twitter account for Prova and actively encourage clients to change their campaigns from 'analogue' into genuinely 'digital' campaigns.

One thing you won’t know about the agency:
We're probably the biggest and best general technology agency in the regions.

 

Prova Team 2009

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