13 August 2010 - 9:32am | posted by | 0 comments

Former Sunday Times Scotland editor joins The Big Partnership

Former Sunday Times Scotland editor joins The Big PartnershipFormer Sunday Times Scotland editor joins The Big Partnership

The BIG Partnership, has bolstered its senior PR team with the appointment of Camillo Fracassini, former deputy editor of The Sunday Times Scotland, as account director.

Fracassini joins the Edinburgh office of The BIG Partnership and will work with the firm’s corporate team in the capital.
 
In addition to Fracassini’s appointment, Gayle Nicol joins BIG’s Aberdeen office as a senior account manager from IPB Communications in Manchester, where she spent six years working for public and private sector clients.
 
Alex Barr, director of The BIG Partnership, said: “These appointments further strengthen the broad range of communications professionals at BIG and will add considerably to the corporate teams in Edinburgh and Aberdeen, where we’re continuing to see strong growth.”
 
Fracassini was previously deputy editor and news editor of The Sunday Times Scotland, foreign editor at Scotland on Sunday and consumer affairs correspondent at the Scotsman.
 
He said: “I look forward to embracing the challenges of a new role with BIG while drawing on my experiences as a journalist to help create and deliver innovative and effective communications strategies.”

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