Rebecca shows some Uniquethinking

A NEWCASTLE university graduate has landed a unique role as assistant PR consultant at Uniquethinking PR.

A NEWCASTLE university graduate has landed a unique role as assistant PR consultant at Uniquethinking PR.

Rebecca Fisher, 23, from Cochrane Park, completed her BA honours degree in English literature this summer, and has been offered this new role at the firm, which is based at Hoults Estate in Newcastle.

Rebecca, who has hosted the popular Northern Soul night, Soul Survivor, at Stereo and has organised local events to raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, said: “After my degree, I was keen to embark on an exciting and diverse career involving PR and the media. With Uniquethinking’s down-to-earth, forward-thinking approach to business, it seemed the perfect place to apply for a job.”

Uniquethinking represents national and regional clients including BLP, Waitrose, Oldfields and Aston Martin.

Managing director Sam Hook said: “We are very busy in the lead-up to Christmas and need an assistant who is hard-working and persistent.

“With Rebecca’s gritty determination and creative abilities, she will have no problem in fulfilling this need.”

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