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Low-cal booze, nicotine pouches and elearning among smörgåsbord of wins for Full Volume

The Full Volume team

Manchester PR agency Full Volume PR has won five decidedly varied new clients in the first quarter of 2023.

The Ancoats agency is now supporting low calorie alcohol brand DrinkWell and confectionery manufacturer Mighty Fine with consumer PR activity, in addition to picking up a twelve month PR brief for online learning faculty Open Study College and being appointed by Hull performance marketing agency Summit Media to drive awareness of their offer and expertise.

The team has also been appointed by Swedish nicotine pouch giant Haypp to deliver a mix of experiential marketing and brand awareness activity for the UK market, which kicked off earlier this month with a digital and broadcast PR campaign combined with branding and sampling activity, working alongside established partner agencies, Be Broadcast and Create8.

In addition, the team has been retained for 2023 by Halal baby food brand For Aisha, which recently launched a Ramadan TV campaign, and luxury food brand The Gift of Oil.

Managing partner Caroline Eardley said: “We’ve had a brilliant start to 2023 and are delighted to be working with such a great variety of clients, all with very different briefs and challenges. We’re excited to be getting stuck into some fab work and are looking forward to 2023 being the best year for us yet!”

Established in 2017, Full Volume works with clients across b2b and b2c sectors. Other high-profile clients to date have included Tesco and Mars Pet Food.

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