Media and presentation trainer Professional Presentations (PP) is rebranding to coincide with the launch of a dedicated media arm.
The ten-year-old company, which is run by Lucy Parker - sister of Brunswick chairman Alan Parker - is changing its name to Trinity next week, just ahead of the launch of media coaching service, You're On, early next year.
Parker - a former BBC producer and theatre director - said the name change was designed to better reflect its expanded range of services, which includes coaching for public speaking at meetings, presentations, live events, media conferences and interviews, along with advice on internal communications.
With clients including Marks & Spencer, Railtrack, Reuters and Camelot, the company has so far remained one of the PR industry's best kept secrets.
'We've been described as a secret weapon, but we needed to take the next step and show people what we've built up as a company,' said Parker.
The consultancy already has on board staff such as Jon Barton, ex-BBC executive editor of daily current affairs and Roddy McDougall, former head of ITN's home news.