Here’s a round-up of the week’s top PR news, featuring account wins at The Lifestyle Agency, Eulogy’s new MD and Authentic Ibiza PR’s expansion.
Adrian Wells, director of marcomms and ticketing for the Cricket World Cup 2019, discusses the local organising committee’s strategy to promote next year’s tournament.
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The Lifestyle Agency has announced a number of new account wins. It will handle PR for fitness studio brand Core Collective as it looks to launch two new sites later this year. The agency will also provide PR support for Aurelio Hotel & Chalet, Chalet Mimi and Walser Chalets, promoting the venues in the UK ahead of the winter ski season.
Eulogy has appointed Phil Borge-Slavnich to the role of managing director. He was previously the director of the agency’s B2B team.
Curzon PR has hired Nick Cook as associate director. Cook will act as an in-house corporate consultant and storyteller with responsibility for crafting strategic narratives for the agency’s clients.
Superdream has appointed two new members to its content team. Michelle Ivins joins as content director, while Jon Perks becomes senior content manager.
The PR Office has hired Matt Owen and Adam Smith as account managers. The agency has also promoted Jonny Garfield from senior account executive to account manager.
Infinite Global Consulting has appointed Vladimir Molico as art director in its brand and creative team.
Kwittken has rebranded to KWT Global to reflect its evolution as an integrated agency which delivers a global brand strategy.
Authentic Ibiza PR has created a new division – Authentic PR Islands – which will work with luxury hotels, travel experience groups and global locations. The new division’s first win sees it overseeing the launch of Prana By Atzaro, a superyacht based in Indonesia.