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akpr is an independent consultancy specialising in public relations/communications and freelance journalism founded by Adrian Kibbler MCIPR in February 2004.

The consultancy has a portfolio of clients in the UK and overseas and has expanded its services with the establishment of complementary photographic and promotions agencies.

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how to help you!

  • Public Relations
  • Photography & DVD
  • Events and Hospitality
  • Public Consultations

Why choose akpr

A Senior Consultant is contactable 24/7 including public holidays for all clients to discuss their account.

We assess charges through individual proposals, rather than having fixed hourly consultancy rates, making us flexible and affordable to all businesses from start–ups to large organisations.

Our Consultants are happy to meet with ‘new perspective clients’ on a FREE no obligations basis.

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The Government has recognised the vital importance to future economic prospects of apprenticeships that provide people with a chance to earn and learn.

akpr is working with a client to bring about awareness that the Asian community is underrepresented when it comes to taking the apprenticeship route into training and learning.

Figures from the Skills Funding Agency show that just 4.1 per cent of apprentices are Asian and the Government has set a target to raise that to 20 per cent by 2020.

WorldSkills UK and The Asian Apprenticeship Awards have agreed to become strategic partners for the forthcoming awards on the 10 November at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Birmingham.

Dr Neil Bentley, Chief Executive, WorldSkills UK said that he sees the awards as a way of getting more Asian men and women to undertake apprentice training.

akpr client Safaraz Ali, one of the award organisers says that apprenticeships do not often feature at the top of the list when young Asian people are considering their careers.

"Traditionally, Asians going into further education take an academic route through colleges and universities," said Safaraz Ali.

"As a result people are missing a great opportunity. However, we want to celebrate the very best of young Asian apprentices and those that employ them.

For more information about the awards call Isa Mutlib, telephone 0121 707 0550.