Public Relations agency The PR Hub is expanding its team, announcing the hire of two senior account managers, Olivia Jarman and Trudy Scott.
The hires will support growth in the business with the agency experiencing an increase in demand for B2B and B2C communications and personal branding services across a broad range of technology driven categories including finance, telecommunications, health & fitness, digital publishing and parking.
Trudy Scott, who joined as a senior account manager in October, has over nine years’ integrated experience across the UK, UAE and Australia, having worked with clients like Nestle, P&G, Nature’s Way and Blackmores at agencies including Edelman, Weber Shandwick and Ogilvy.
Olivia Jarman, who started in July and relocated from Perth for the role, spent two years prior working in London specialising in public relations for fintech and emerging technology clients across the USA, Europe and Singapore.
The PR Hub’s founder and managing director, Samantha Dybac (pictured), said that despite the initial setback of COVID-19, the business has rebounded exceptionally well as a result of reputation and its unique offer for founder-led and hypergrowth, disruptive businesses.
“The first few months of the pandemic were challenging, however, we continued to work with existing and new clients whose businesses had benefited from the shift to online and swift adoption of technology.
“In recent months we have won some amazing new clients to add to the family, and I am thrilled to welcome both Olivia and Trudy to The PR Hub. As an independent agency that works with entrepreneurs, business leaders and disruptive companies, we embrace diverse thinking, new ideas and collaboration to ensure that we are always evolving and delivering exceptional results.”
The agency has recently won six new clients including the Andrew Forrest and James Spenceley backed telco Swoop, parking tech platform Smarter City Solutions, Constantine Frantzeskos founder of global digital consultancy PENSO, fitness franchise Speedfit, self-employed super fund GigSuper and digital publishing platform e-Mersion Media.
The company is also now hiring for a further two senior account management roles.
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