Seven Hills, Britain’s campaigning communications company, has brought in Rosanne Perry as a senior member of the team to lead on a number of existing clients and to help drive the future expansion of the Company.
Rosanne joins the agency from Pelham Bell Pottinger, where she spent six years specialising in corporate and financial public relations and brand positioning work for clients including Waitrose, Bloomsbury Publishing, Domestic & General, Kurt Geiger, nails inc, Sportech and Walpole.
Commenting on the appointment Michael Hayman, co-founder of Seven Hills, said:
“We are delighted to welcome Rosanne to the team, she joins Seven Hills at an important time for the agency as we continue to grow and win new clients. Her experience in corporate and financial public relations as well as her brand repositioning work will be very valuable to us.”
Rosanne Perry said:
“I am very pleased to be joining Seven Hills at such an exciting phase in the development of the agency. In a very short space of time Seven Hills has established a real reputation for delivering high profile and original campaigns within the field of enterprise and I am very much looking forward to working with what is undoubtedly a highly talented team.”
Rosanne will report to Seven Hills co-founders Nick Giles and Michael Hayman.
Seven Hills was founded in January 2010 by Michael Hayman, former MD of The Communication Group, and former UK managing director of Text 100 Nick Giles. Clients include Peter Jones Foundation, Ella’s Kitchen, Liverpool Vision and MADE: The Entrepreneur festival.