Quest appoints another former journalist to bolster its B2B expertise

17 March 2014

Business to business specialist Quest PR has further expanded its team of former journalists and experienced PR consultants with the appointment of Shelley Ross as account manager.

An ex reporter who trained with Thomson Regional Newspapers, Shelley is experienced in delivering integrated PR and social media campaigns for small and medium sized enterprises, membership organisations and charities.

Her appointment follows a raft of new business wins for Quest PR – ranked 27th in media publisher Prolific North’s top 50 agencies in the North of England. Quest has also been shortlisted in the Best Small Team category for The Prolific North Awards 2014.

Quest MD Sharon Cain, said: Shelley’s ‘media savvy’ combined with her great client management skills and understanding of businesses and Third Sector organisations makes her a perfect fit for Quest. After winning a raft of new accounts, Shelley’s appointment comes at a formative period as we continue to recruit.


Shelley said: Quest’s strong track record speaks volumes and the agency’s integrated PR and digital campaigns makes our delivery transparent across the sectors we operate in. I’m really enjoying being part of the team as the business ramps up and wins new accounts.

Quest’s client portfolio spans hlw Keeble Hawson LLP, The Bayford Foundation, The Institute of Export and Business in the Community.

Founded by ex Sky TV and BBC journalist Sharon Cain, the agency conducts media training across the public and private sector. The team, which includes senior account manager Carol Arthur, also delivers tailored crisis communication and wide-ranging PR and social media workshops.

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