PR agency Straight Up PR has announced it has recently welcomed eight new clients to its health and wellbeing portfolio.
The new clients are aquamamma, CHIA, Dental Health Week, enrGIsustain, Fit Mummy Project, MixMyMuesli, Nimbus & Co. and The Red Hippo.
Straight Up PR’s work with its new clients will include bespoke PR services and packages, specifically focusing on communications strategy and execution, media, blogger and influencer relations, social media management and press office management.
The brands join existing clients Pic’s Peanut Butter, Next Evolution Performance, Saltmine Design Group and The Natural Nutritionist.
Hannah O’Donnell, founder and maanaging director of Straight Up PR, said: “Straight Up PR has built a strong foundation within the health and wellbeing industry, and I’m proud that innovative wellness brands and businesses are turning to us for our tailored PR services.
“We love what we do, we love the people we work with and we live what we preach. I believe that really shines through in the results we continue to achieve for our clients. We spread trusted health and wellbeing messages to all Australians – that is what we do.”
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