Rev PR is celebrating after being shortlisted for ‘Best Marketing/PR Business’ and ‘Best Business’ in The Best Business Women Awards 2019. The Awards
are designed to recognise the achievement of talented and dedicated female
entrepreneurs across a wide range of business categories across the UK.
Debbie Gilbert, organiser of The Best Business Women Awards said, “This is the 5th year of these prestigious awards. We were delighted with the number of entries this year, which came in from all over the UK. This is a tough competition judged by business experts. To be a finalist is a major achievement. Finalists have been selected for their business acumen, determination, creativity and tenacity. Well over 80% of start-ups fail in the first 3 years and all our finalists are shining examples of being successful entrepreneurs who have proven their success to our judges.”
Founded in 2015 by Sally Anne Butters and Lucy Archer, Rev PR is a specialist franchise PR agency. With over 30 years’ combined experience in the PR and franchise industries, the team at Rev PR help franchisors to recruit franchisees and support franchisees to grow their businesses. They focus on moving brands forward by getting them into the press and creating valuable content to feed their online and offline presence.
Selected from hundreds of applicants, Rev PR’s shortlisting in two categories was a welcome surprise on a busy Wednesday out of the office delivering PR training to new franchisees.
“Lucy and I are pleased to have been considered as a double-act for these awards because it’s through our strong partnership that we’ve experienced our success with TeamRev,” says Sally Anne.
“I was delivering training to new franchisees when I got the shortlist email through. We always recommend our clients enter awards and today I could prove we practise what we preach!” adds Lucy.
The gala final of The Best Business Women Awards will be held on 11th October at The Tower Hotel in London when the winners will be announced. TeamRev will put the champagne on ice but make no promises to not pop the cork before October!