Carnegie Orr bolsters senior management team with new hires
Thursday, 17 July 2014 15:58

Carly_Mercer.jpgCarnegie Orr bolsters senior management team with new hires

Carnegie Orr has announced the appointment of Neil Gilbert and Carly Mercer as head of digital & sustainability and head of growth & development, respectively.

Neil will support Carnegie Orr’s continued growth in digital and sustainability projects, building their consultancy and delivery offer in these areas. He previously ran the corporate communications team at Honey, an integrated brand and communications agency. Prior to that he led the sustainability and innovation team at the Design Council.

PRCA Not for Profit and Charity Group announces chairman and vice-chairman appointments
Thursday, 17 July 2014 15:20

PRCA_MJM.jpgPRCA Not for Profit and Charity Group announces chairman and vice-chairman appointments.

The PRCA has appointed two leading names in third sector communications to chair its Not for Profit and Charity Group.

Mario Ambrosi, head of communications and public affairs at Anchor, England's largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care to older people, is taking over as Chairman.

Roger Cleghorn joins Fishburn as head of corporate reporting
Monday, 14 July 2014 15:14

tom_m.jpgRoger Cleghorn joins Fishburn as head of corporate reporting

Fishburn is pleased to announce the appointment of Roger Cleghorn as the agency’s new head of corporate reporting.

The post has been specifically created to cultivate Fishburn’s strong stable of corporate reporting clients, as well as growing the increasing number of online opportunities in the sector. Roger will also sit on the company’s board of directors.

Marie-Thérèse Cassidy joins FutureBrand as creative director
Monday, 14 July 2014 13:45

Marie.jpgMarie-Thérèse Cassidy joins FutureBrand as creative director.

FutureBrand has appointed Marie-Thérèse Cassidy as creative director of consumer for the award-winning London office.

Marie-Thérèse has built an impressive portfolio over 19 years, working with some of the world’s leading multinationals including Unilever, Diageo, PepsiCo, P&G, ABInBev & Arla. She cut her design teeth at Jones Knowles Ritchie and worked for several years at Design Bridge, Blue Marlin and most recently Dragon Rouge.

Aspectus PR hires Sophie Hodgson to accelerate growth of tech division
Thursday, 10 July 2014 13:24

Sophie.jpgAspectus PR today announced that it has appointed Sophie Hodgson as head of technology. Hodgson will focus on rapidly growing and developing the technology team through the acquisition of new business. Prior to joining Aspectus, Hodgson ran her own communications consultancy and was previously a board director at Speed Communications. She has worked on a broad spectrum of clients including Bloxx, Compuware, Informatica, Qinec and Virgin Media Business.

“With many new companies disrupting the landscape and bringing to market new approaches and platforms, the technology sector has a real spring in its step,” says Hodgson. “Perceptions of PR have also changed. Companies want PR to work much harder for them across multiple platforms, and want to work with an agency that helps them to own the topics and issues central to their commercial growth. To do this, agencies have got to cut through the buzzwords and get on with the job at hand. And that is what Aspectus does brilliantly. I’m looking forward to growing the team and contributing to making Aspectus the go to agency for tech.”

Whitehouse hires Alex Singleton
Thursday, 03 July 2014 08:49

Alex_Singleton.jpgThe Whitehouse Consultancy has hired former Telegraph journalist Alex Singleton to work as an associate director on a project basis, following a number of client wins in the first half of the year.

Singleton is the author of a book on media relations, The PR Masterclass. He has experience of personally giving testimony at Parliamentary select committees. He has also appeared widely on television and radio, including on the Today programme, Newsnight and Channel Four’s current affairs comedy show 10 O’Clock Live.

Vickie Sheriff appointed global communications director, Diageo
Thursday, 26 June 2014 11:03

Vickie_Sheriff_official.JPGDiageo today announces the appointment of Vickie Sheriff to the role of global communications director. Vickie, who will report to Charlotte Lambkin, global corporate relations director, will be responsible for external communications and employee engagement. She will assume the role on 1 September.

Vickie Sheriff is currently the director of group communications at the Department for Transport for the UK Government. Her former roles include being the UK Prime Minister’s deputy official spokesman and head of news for both the Ministry of Justice and the Department for International Development. She has also worked in HM Treasury and the former Department for Trade and Industry in communications roles.

Grayling bolsters senior team
Thursday, 05 June 2014 11:03

Alison_Grayling.jpgGrayling is making a series of senior hires to support further growth in key areas

Alan Boyd-Hall joins Grayling as director of planning and infrastructure within the public affairs team. With over 10 years’ consultancy experience working on planning issues, and specialising in political and community engagement, Alan previously worked at Grayling for five years and returns after 15 months at National Grid where he worked on political and community stakeholder engagement programmes across the company’s energy and property portfolios.

Omnicom’s DAS group of companies appoints Emma Sergeant as president of Europe
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 14:32

emma_sergeant.jpgOmnicom’s DAS Group of Companies (DAS) today announced the appointment of Emma Sergeant as president of DAS Europe, reporting to Dale A. Adams, chairman and CEO of DAS.

In her new role, Emma will help cultivate relationships with clients, identify client needs and opportunities, and connect them with appropriately skilled companies from the breadth of DAS’ offering. Emma’s role will also involve navigating the network for key talent, building multi-discipline teams and helping companies adapt, grow and deliver for the benefit of clients, maximizing the unique offering of each company.

Cools joins Towers Watson to lead its EMEA HR technology practice
Tuesday, 27 May 2014 13:16

Towers_Watson.jpgGlobal professional services company Towers Watson has appointed Peter Cools as director of its fast-growing HR, reward and talent management technology practice in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Based in London, Peter joins from Oracle’s Taleo division where he was head of sales for EMEA.

In addition to Peter’s appointment, Towers Watson has made 13 other important hires for its HR technology practice in the last six month. These range from client-delivery experts to technical software-implementation specialists and reflect some major new client wins for the team.

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