Langham cofounded Lansons in 1989. He has been advising governments, organisations and companies on their image and reputation for over 30 years. His recent clients include The Co-operative Bank, The FCA and the Isle of Man Government.
He also ran the PRCA’s ‘economics of reputation’ campaign in 2015 and chairs Great British Racing, the horse racing industry’s official promotional body.
“I am really pleased to become a member of the PRCA Board of Management as I’m a huge admirer of the work Francis and his colleagues do,” said Langham. “The PRCA plays a hugely important role in PR and communications and I relish the opportunity to play a part.”
The PRCA’s director general, Francis Ingham said: “It is with great pleasure that we welcome Tony to the PRCA Board of Management, who is a well-respected and much admired figure in the world of corporate communications, reputation management, and crisis communications.”