Source makes move into rural PR with series of appointments

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by Stephen Chapman

Source PR has set up a specialist Rural Division aimed at the agricultural sector, this will be led by Gill Broad, who joins from Fisher German.

Prior to that she was a reporter with NWN Media - the North Wales publisher which was acquired by Newsquest.

The Chester PR agency has also appointed a new Client Director, Janet Hare,  who’s previously held senior marketing roles with BT, The National Lottery and Millennium Dome. She will be responsible for client management and delivery of campaigns.

The agency has also brought in Sarah Larkin, who’s held senior marketing roles at M&S Money and GUS, as well as founding organic baby food company, So Baby.

“These are exciting times for Source PR as we grow the team with some senior appointments and launch a new division specifically targeting those operating or looking to influence the rural sector,” said Louis Hill, Managing Director of Source PR.

"We are well positioned for continued growth and to support our client’s ambitions.”

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