Here is a round-up of the essential PR stories, account wins and people news that has been announced over the last week.
Caro Communications has introduced three new clients to its architecture, property and culture portfolio – UK-based property developer Londonewcastle, global architecture firm White Arkitekter and London design commission, The Illuminated River.
Universal Music Group has appointed Jamie Diamond as director of communications. She will oversee its internal and external communications, PR strategy and digital properties.
Lifestyle agency Stir PR has appointed Chris Grabowski as client services director. He will be responsible for managing the agency’s portfolio of clients.
Travel and lifestyle PR consultancy The PC Agency has appointed media specialist Tilly Gray as creative director.
Tamara Klien has joined Hunter, the British boot brand, as head of PR.
Mothers’ Union has appointed Sophia Jones as its new senior communications manager. She will oversee its publications, events, digital media and media relations.
Millennial Brands Europe is appointed Michael Routledge as general manager of Millennial Brands UK and Europe, following the resignation of Derek Bowen.
The PRCA has appointed Amanda Coleman, Greater Manchester Police’s head of corporate communications, as its latest Fellow.
Tangerine has announced it will place 64% of its shares into an Employee Ownership Trust, The Tangerine Partnership, which will be shared among its 60 plus team members.
Platform Communications has appointed David Lawrence as director to launch its consumer offering – targeting TV, music, games and consumer electronics clients.
The PRCA has launched the second annual Reginald Watts Prize for Insight, which will see young participants challenged to write thought-provoking essays on the PR and communications industry.
Over 500 media and advertising professionals – including teams from Hearst UK, Comcast, Bloomberg, Disney, Wildstone and Zenith Media – took part in the 2017 Media Trust Triathlon in Dorney last Friday.
- Pictured: The Weber Shandwick team at the Media Trust Triathlon