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PRG to host discussion table at South East Construction Expo!

On Thursday 22nd September, PRG will be hosting a discussion table at the South East Construction Expo 2022, which is back following the success of the 2021 event!

The South East Construction Expo is an event for business owners to learn and network with other professionals in the construction industry. It aims to bring industry experts together in the hope of forming long-term partnerships that can lead to success for both sides.

This year’s South East Construction Expo at the K2 Crawley will see over 100 exhibitors and 1500 attendees and is a must for anyone in the industry.

With 40+ years’ PR and marketing experience in the building services sector, PRG is delighted to be exhibiting at the event and to have been selected to host a network and learn discussion table.

Hosted by PRG’s Managing Director, Simon Groves, the discussion table entitled “The power of PR and how it can elevate your brand” will explore how you can use PR effectively to elevate your brand, what the key PR tactics are and how you can make them work for your company.

Simon will be joined by our talented Account Director, Kathryn Ranger. Kathryn has more than 18 years’ experience in PR and marketing, with 14 of those being alongside Simon at PRG! Kathryn’s writing and PR skills have seen her write for many of the leading building services trade publications.

Simon’s father, Ray, started PRG as a sole focussed PR agency over 42 years ago. Simon has built on these foundations and has transformed PRG into a full service marketing communications agency, with PR still being a huge factor of what we do. The building services sector is one of our strongest and most experienced industries.

If you are in the building services industry and need a steer on marketing or PR, contact PRG on 01323 411044 or email info@prgltd.co.uk

Thinking of going to the South East Construction Expo? You can register for free tickets here!


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