Client wins, spur growth…

A plethora of client wins in recent months have spurred growth at award-winning PR, design and digital agency Prova.

Following the recent appointments of Louise Smith as creative services manager and Charlie Ward as junior account executive, Prova has this week welcomed Birmingham City University PR, Media and Communications graduate Kate Harper to the team.

Joining as a junior account executive, Kate brings a wealth of digital marketing, social media, events and PR experience gathered during her four-year degree programme. A student-of-the-year nominee, Kate was put forward for the Prova summer internship programme by her lecturers at university. After impressing so much in the first six weeks, Kate was offered a full-time, permanent role at Prova and is already getting stuck in with client meetings, new business pitches and campaign delivery.

Kate’s appointment comes as Prova celebrates a number of high-profile business wins, including French compact construction business, Yanmar Construction; Canadian Software as a Service (SaaS) provider, RAPID RTC; and international technology start-up, Kobus Services.

Recent campaign successes have seen Prova position Honda Motorcycles as a leader in two-wheeled safety and security, launch TRL’s brand-new DigiCar simulator, and raise consumer awareness of environmental packaging requirements with Lorax Compliance.

Aimee Postle, director at Prova PR, comments:

It’s an incredibly exciting time at Prova right now, with existing clients celebrating five and ten-year milestones with us, fascinating new clients coming on board, growing our service capability and welcoming new members to the team. Kate really impressed during her internship and we’re thrilled to welcome her to the Prova family!