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New addition to the team!
Recognition Marketing and PR has welcomed Marie Carter as a Senior PR Consultant on its business-to-business team, which works with prestigious clients such as NOF Energy, TAG Energy Solutions, Ebac, DurhamGate and The Institution of Civil Engineers.
Marie, 37, lives near Durham City, and prior to joining Recognition, she ran her own successful PR consultancies, MC Communications and Vet-PR, after starting in business in 2005. During that time Marie has worked with clients such as the Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons (SPVS) and Durham Business Club. Marie is also a former regional journalist having worked for Johnston Press titles and freelanced for The Northern Echo, among other publications. She also has a strong political and public affairs background with experience both as a local authority Press Officer and as an MP's Researcher following graduation from the University of Stirling (Politics & German BA Hons.)
Recognition Marketing and PR acts for a wide-ranging portfolio of more than 50 clients including major construction and property companies, manufacturers and the education and health sectors. The company also specialises in crisis and reputation management and is the only North East PR firm to have its own video and audio production studio, producing web videos and web TV programmes from its base at Lingfield House in Darlington.
Marie said: "I am delighted to join such a well-known and well-established PR agency as Recognition and to be working with a list of such prestigious clients. I believe that my background in business, public affairs and journalism will bring a very worthwhile mix to the existing superb business-to-business PR team at Recognition."
Graham Robb, Senior Partner, commented: "I am very pleased to welcome Marie to the Recognition team. She brings with her a wealth of experience in public relations and the media as well as in business.
He added: "Over the last twenty years, Recognition has grown to become one of the North East's largest and most successful PR firms. We have done this by investing in high quality people and pushing the boundaries in terms of new technology and media."