Online learning provider hands PR brief to Prohibition

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by David Prior

Leeds-based Prohibition has been handed a PR brief by the UK’s largest independent online learning provider, The Skills Network.

The agency will be working with The Skills Network - which provides online learning courses, staff training and apprenticeship programmes to businesses such as G4S, Thomson Reuters and the Trades Union Congress (TUC) - to raise its brand awareness, profiling it as an industry leader within the B2B and B2C sectors.

Chris Norton, founder and managing director of Prohibition, said: “This brief plays perfectly to our experience from years of working across the education sector. We’re really excited to be supporting The Skills Network team at a time when their business is rapidly expanding.".”

Kyle Fedyszyn, head of marketing at The Skills Network, added: “We were very impressed with Prohibition’s knowledge of this sector and their extensive experience working with universities, colleges and training providers – the team are enthusiastic and understand our brand perfectly.”

Based in Chapel Allerton, Prohibition has a team of 18 and works with clients including Interflora, Watches of Switzerland, Lloyds Pharmacy and ENGIE UK.