Audatex appoints Six Degrees

Six Degrees is working with insurance industry technology and data provider Audatex to refine its corporate messaging and increase brand awareness.


Amy Stevens

The agency, which specialises in reputation management, will support Audatex as it diversifies beyond the automotive sector. Six Degrees’ service will include a reputation workshop and discovery report.

Rachel Pattison, marketing manager at Audatex, said: “When we embarked on the search to find a PR agency, we were not only looking for day-to-day support in terms of our communications programme, but a partner who could take a holistic view of our business and help us build a reputation management programme for now and the future. Six Degrees ticks all the boxes and we are delighted to have it as part of our team.”

Amy Stevens, account director at the Reading-based PR agency, will lead the Audatex account with the support of a team that includes account executive Baptiste Fesselet.

Six Degrees was recently appointed as the UK PR team for tech start-ups StayFilm, Altitude Angel and StarOfService.

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