Busy Bees Education and Training welcomes Edson Evers to the hive
Busy Bees Education and Training has appointed public relations consultancy Edson Evers to shape and deliver its nationwide PR strategy.
Offering apprenticeships and short courses to employers and care professionals throughout the UK, Busy Bees Education and Training works with an extensive range of employers from within the childcare, catering, residential care, clinical care and management sectors. Edson Evers has been appointed to help raise awareness of its apprenticeships, accredited courses and CPD programmes, which are rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.
With almost 50 years’ experience in the PR industry, the award-winning public relations agency will be responsible for securing key PR opportunities and promoting the vital work that the organisation undertakes, as well as acting as a key consultancy for other brand communications campaigns it has planned.
Busy Bees Education and Training joins an enviable portfolio of well-known brands that Edson Evers manages the PR for, including Yale, Bostik, ASSA ABLOY and Saint-Gobain.
Grace Mcgarry, Managing Director at Edson Evers, said: “We couldn’t be more pleased to be welcomed into the Busy Bees hive. Busy Bees Education and Training offers essential support to employers and care professionals throughout the UK. Edson Evers will take a strategic and considered approach to ensure the brand’s offering is placed front and centre, with the right people, at the right time, in order to help increase take-up of its valuable training courses and education programmes.”
Chris Kelly, Marketing Manager at Busy Bees Education and Training, adds: “We’re delighted to begin this new partnership with Edson Evers. We have complete confidence that they are the right agency to help us promote the huge benefits of apprenticeships to both young people and SMEs. Our account team regularly demonstrates that they understand our market and look for creative ways to communicate our key messages. We’ve got many exciting campaigns lined up and I’m looking forward to seeing them rolled out.”