As first reported in PR Week on 22/02/16
Flint wins global arts clients, Pagefield hires from Tata, The Communications Store FD moves on and more from PRWeek UK.
Flint wins global arts clients
Cultural comms specialist Flint’s London team has won two new clients. It will work with The Fine Art Fund Group, which is one of the world’s largest global art investment houses, on a brand development project and new visual identity. It has also been tasked by international art logistics firm Constantine “with the development and delivery of a targeted social media marketing campaign to support the family-owned company’s business development activity”, a Flint press release said. Soho-based Flint also has New Delhi and Istanbul offices.
Pagefield hires from Tata
The public affairs team of independent consultancy Pagefield has recruited Kieran O’Connell as an associate partner, starting in the middle of next month. He will join from Tata Steel, where he is a public affairs manager, before which he was a senior consultant at Hanover for more than five years, with clients including Cuadrilla, Three Mobile and BlackBerry.
The Communications Store FD moves on
Mark Golledge, the former finance director of brand PR firm The Communications Store, has become group finance director of Rainbowwave, an independent retail, sales and comms consultancy in London. Golledge was at TCS for nearly 13 years. He took up his new role last week.
Gorkana founder’s Russian advice
Gorkana founder Alex Northcott has become an adviser to MediaDigger, a media database serving Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States region. MediaDigger was launched in September 2015 in Moscow, Russia, by former journalist and PR consultant Timofey Pletz.
Nursery work for Faith PR
Faith PR has won a new account with Johnsons of Whixley, which the West Yorkshire agency says is one of the largest supplier of plants and trees in the UK. The agency will provide ongoing PR and social media support, as well as digital marketing and graphic design for point-of-sale material.
Pippa Goulden brings consumer expertise to Luxley
Pippa Goulden has joined brand and profile management agency Luxley Communications to establish a consumer division offering traditional PR, digital, event and experiential activity for clients. Goulden previously worked at Shine Communications.
Spreckley wins business body
Global non-profit organisation The Association of Business Executives has hired Spreckley as its retained PR support in the UK. The ABE is a membership body and examination board providing business and management diploma qualifications.