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PRCA welcomes Playtime PR as newest corporate member

Published on: 19th February 2020

Playtime PR has a core team of 15 consultants, working with global toy companies including Bandai, Moose Toys and Asmodee. 

The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has welcomed award-winning virtual agency Playtime PR as its latest Corporate Member.

Playtime PR specialises in working with toys and games brands, and prides itself on offering genuine flexible work solutions for experienced and talented PR professionals. With a core team of 15 consultants currently working across major global companies including Asmodee, Bandai, Moose Toys and Zuru, the company boasts a wealth of industry understanding.

Founder and managing director of Playtime, Lesley Singleton, said: “It feels to me that the PRCA is really evolving and much more relevant to our business now than ever before. Virtual Agencies like ours are proving to be key players in the PR industry and I want to ensure our team has access to the wealth of resources, training and events offered by the PRCA so that we can continue attracting great brands and delivering brilliant campaigns.”

She added: “After six years of continual growth, I’m confident our membership is going to help take the agency to the next level and further cement our reputation as the best agency for toys and games brands.”

Francis Ingham, PRCA director general, said: “I’d like to extend a warm welcome to Playtime, our latest corporate member. Lesley and her team’s decision to come on board with us demonstrates the great value our membership provides to agencies with hybrid location and flexible working models. I look forward to seeing the agency take full advantage of the training and networking opportunities.”

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