PR agency No Brainer crowned one of UK’s top 100 start-ups

Cheshire-based PR and communications agency No Brainer has been named in the Start-ups 100 2017 Index, a list of the UK’s 100 best new companies.

No Brainer named as top UK start-up

Lee Cullen (left) and Gary Jenkins (right)

Founded two years ago by Gary Jenkins and Lee Cullen, the company has quickly garnered a roster of high-profile clients including MBNA and Sale Sharks.

It’s one of just three companies from the North West featured on the list, which was independently judged and compiled by and AXA Business Insurance.

No Brainer was also crowned New Agency of the Year at this year’s PRmoment North Awards and won New Business of the Year at 2016’s Warrington Business Awards.

“This is a huge achievement for No Brainer and the team are thrilled to have been recognised on a national scale,” said Gary Jenkins, No Brainer’s director and co-founder. “In a short space of time we’ve enhanced our abilities and employed new and innovative practises to strengthen our offering.”

He added: “We’ve worked incredibly hard over the past two years, establishing ourselves as a credible and innovative option for businesses, whether household names or SMEs, who want support when it comes to telling their story in the most effective way possible.

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