Jo Cresswell Milk & Honey PR

Milk & Honey PR promotes Jo Cresswell to associate partner

Milk & Honey PR has promoted Jo Cresswell to associate partner.

Cresswell (pictured above) joined Milk & Honey PR last March as client director and was formerly head of corporate at Rostrum.

The agency has also promoted Harriet King to senior client executive and appointed Lindsay Stanley as its “client director on the ground” in New Zealand.

“Now is an exciting time to further my career at Milk & Honey PR,” said Cresswell. “It’s a business that is wholly people focused and is going from strength to strength. We are working with some incredibly ambitious technology, wellness and retail clients, which is enormously fun.”

Kirsty Leighton, Milk & Honey’s managing partner, added: “Jo has tirelessly promoted the Milk & Honey brand and added client revenue. She embodies passion, bravery, energy and collaboration – which are some of our core values.”

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