Espresso Communications Announces Six New Clients & Three New Hires

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Boutique PR agency Espresso Communications has announced the addition of six new clients to its portfolio, along with a trio of new hires.

The agency will provide strategic consulting services to email security provider Mimecast, integration and analytics provider TIBCO Software, early-stage research investment fund Uniseed, online car retailer HelloCars, data science and risk management company ResponSight, and information security consulting company NCC Group.

Hello Espresso group CEO Corrie McLeod said: “We are obviously delighted to welcome such a diverse range of quality companies into our portfolio and look forward to working with each of them to drive specific business value.”

Espresso’s new client wins have been bolstered by three new hires for the agency.

Samantha Rosich joins Espresso as a senior account director, bringing 20 years’ experience across a diverse range of industries on both client and agency-side.

Rosich has previously worked in journalism, marketing and consumer PR before taking on the role of brand marketing manager at Fairfax Media business titles including The Australian Financial Review, BRW and Smart Investor.

She also previously held the role of marketing manager for BrickX.

Also joining the Espresso team are Lucy Botham and Josh Byrne as account manager and account coordinator respectively.

Botham worked as a PR manager for Apple in the UK and Australia, where she supported major product announcements and launch events, and led momentum activity and press tours.

Byrne recently completed his Master of Strategic Public Relations at The University of Sydney and will support the team on client activities with strategy ideation, media management and event coordination.

 

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