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The Big Partnership grows by five through £300,000 worth of new business


By The Drum Team | Editorial

April 25, 2011 | 3 min read

Having secured over £300,000 worth of new business in recent months, PR agency The BIG Partnership’s office in Aberdeen has expanded through the recruitment of five new members of staff.

The office, which now employs over 20 members of staff, works with a range of clients, with a particular focus on the area’s energy sector, and has picked up new contracts with Shell UK E&P Ltd, Atlas Interactive, NSRI, Glacier Energy Services, Interwell, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Paradigm Group, Langlee Wave Power and Clark Integrated Technologies.

As a result, the agency has brought in five new members of staff, including senior consultant Jack Robinson (pictured), who has held senior global PR agency roles, including 12 years at Weber Shandwick, where she was UK regions board director for four years.

Also joining are account manager Eilidh McCluskie, account executives Rebecca Cox and Anna Duthie and Katy Campbell as an account administrator.

Zoe Corsi, director of The BIG Partnership, said: “We are continuing to see strong growth in the North East and this is reflected in the significant pieces of new business we have secured. The new additions to the team will further strengthen our position as the region’s leading PR agency.”

Alongside its Aberdeen office, the BIG Partnership also has offices in Glasgow, Fife and Edinburgh.

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