Centropy PR wins accountancy group

Centropy PR wins Lanop Accountancy Group brief

Lanop Accountancy Group has appointed B2B tech, fintech and public sector specialist Centropy PR as its retained agency following a three-way pitch.

Centropy PR will provide the firm with a full range of services including content creation, storytelling workshops, social media support and messaging consultancy.

The win marks the agency’s fourth retained client since it launched earlier this month and the first to sit in its fintech practice.

“Lanop Accountants is the only accountancy company that’s offering the kind of personalised, digital services modern businesses so badly need,” said Steven George-Hilley,  Centropy PR’s founder. “We’re thrilled to represent a disruptive brand that’s leading the industry, and will relentlessly promote this message to the next generation of entrepreneurs.”

Aurangzaib Chawla, founder of Lanop Accountancy Group, added: “We were seeking a PR partner to amplify our customer-centric business model and market our bespoke digital accounting and business services. From the initial meeting through to the final pitch it was clear that Centropy has a passion for tech and creative storytelling.”

  • Pictured: Steven George-Hilley
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