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Political Lobbying and Media Relations, one of Britain’s fastest-growing Communications agencies, has launched its new website.

The new site will bring political insight to clients and potential customers on the move as it is optimized for mobile access. Content is now adaptable to any screen size, making it possible to access the PLMR team’s ideas and analysis on all tablets and smartphones.

PLMR Managing Director Kevin Craig said: “As Public Affairs News ‘Agency of the Year’ PLMR is always keen to stay one step ahead. As we’d advise our clients, websites are a crucial communications tool, so we’ve given ours a fresh, new look and made it fully-responsive. It’s now easier than ever to find out about the services we offer and access our political insight through tablet, smartphone or PC.

We’ve also embedded broadcast and digital into the heart of our offering at PLMR. Whether it’s our bespoke media training, shareable video content, or weekly podcast ‘The Week Ahead in Westminster,’ our new site enables us to showcase our innovation and breadth of services.”

The website will continue to house the regular blog entries from PLMR’s team of experts and also provides a new platform for case studies, showcasing PLMR’s expertise in digital communications.