Tech talent firm recruits PR Agency One

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by Stephen Chapman

PR Agency One has been appointed by tech talent provider, mthree, to build brand awareness.

The Manchester agency won a competitive pitch to work with the Canary Wharf firm, which is seeking to address the digital skills gap by finding, training and then placing people into roles.

mthree has undergone rapid growth in the last few years, with its revenue for the last 12 months expected to exceed £39m. That led it to be acquired by NYSE-listed, John Wiley and Sons Inc. for more than £98m earlier this year.

“The digital skills shortage is becoming a global crisis that will require real innovation and collaboration to address. mthree’s forward thinking work, equipping students and professionals with the skills they need to excel in in-demand tech careers, will prove invaluable over the coming years,” said James Crawford, Managing Director of PR Agency One.

“We will be drawing on our expertise as one of the UK’s leading technology PR specialists to build awareness of mthree’s services and position the business as a true thought leader within the technology, insurance, life sciences and financial services sectors.”

Alex Headley, CEO of mthree added:

“PR Agency One demonstrated excellent understanding of our ambition and approach to talent sourcing, development and training. We’re really looking forward to seeing the effect that this results-driven agency will have in helping us to achieve our strategic vision.”