People: Roaring Mouse PR; Visual Print and Design
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Roaring Mouse Public Relations, the Chesterfield PR agency for early-stage technology businesses, has appointed Stephanie Dobson to a senior consultant role.
Dobson has worked in-house at Co-operative Financial Services and was head of PR at Experian. She represented clients including Bank of Scotland Corporate, Prudential and ASDA during a ten-year stint at Euro RSCG Biss Lancaster (now Havas PR) in Manchester.
James Taylor, managing director of Roaring Mouse Public Relations, comments: “Stephanie is an outstanding PR person with a strong track record driving impactful and innovative communications campaigns for big brands and early-stage businesses alike. I am thrilled to attract someone of her calibre to strengthen our team and support our growing client base.”
Dobson said: “I love Roaring Mouse’s work for early-stage technology businesses and the obvious passion the team has for its clients. I’m excited to be joining at a pivotal time in the agency’s development and looking forward to playing a part in its future growth.”
Lincoln-based print and design company, Visual Print and Design, has hired new business manager, Sam Reid.
Reid brings with him over 25 years of experience in the print industry including commercial, packaging, large format, POS, digital and direct mail. He will be responsible for identifying new business opportunities across the UK and developing client relationships.
He said: “I’m thrilled to be joining Visual Print and Design as their new business manager. I’ve known Graham for several years and have always admired the fantastic work the company has done and achieved since it was launched in 2009. To be part of the team is incredible and I can’t wait to get started.”
Managing director, Graham Hunstone said: “We’re very excited to have Sam on board. His wealth of experience and knowledge of print and his sales background is exactly what we need for our ambitious growth plans. Over the next 18 months, Sam will be key for helping us expand our services across the Midlands and beyond.”