Peppermint PR to launch first graduate training scheme after landing Envirofone account

North West agency Peppermint PR plans to launch its first graduate training scheme after landing a number of accounts.

Graduate scheme: launched by Peppermint PR
Graduate scheme: launched by Peppermint PR

The ‘Fresh Mint' training scheme will commence later this year. The agency has grown from five staff to 13 in the last year, and has won 17 new accounts in the last six months, according to MD and founder Suzy Glaskie.

The most recent account wins include clothingsites.co.uk, a designer fashion e-commerce site, and Envirofone, the mobile phone recycling company.

Peppermint PR was recently voted as one of Manchester's ‘best places to work' by North West business title Crain's Manchester Business.

The agency rewards hardworking staff with ‘Pepp Points'. These can then be exchanged for items such as shopping vouchers or manicures.

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