Henny Hamilton

Associate Director

Henny is a former journalist and media relations specialist, advising business leaders and non-profit organisations.

Henny leads national and global campaigns for a range of Seven Hills clients across the business and non-profit sectors, including Small Business Saturday, the UK’s biggest grassroots campaign for small businesses; Vonage’s Home Business 100 and Step Up campaigns; small business insurer Simply Business; fast-growth law firm gunnercooke; and environmental collective Ocean Generation.

Her expertise ranges from issues handling, messaging and brand development and corporate profiling, to event direction and management and strategic positioning.

At Seven Hills, Henny has spearheaded major international communications campaigns for One Young World, the premier global forum for young leaders, Advertising Week Europe, Clearly, the global initiative to solve the problem of poor vision, and the International Festival for Business.

She has advised many of the UK’s foremost entrepreneurs and business leaders, including Lord Bilimoria CBE, founder of Cobra Beer; Edwina Dunn, creator of Tesco Clubcard and co-founder of Starcount; Paul Lindley, founder of Ella’s Kitchen and Kate Robertson, founder of One Young World.

Henny has experience working with leading brands across corporate, retail and technology sectors, including Jessops, B&Q, Havas, Cobra Beer, Virgin Media, Starcount, Ella’s Kitchen, Mush, Caxton FX and Prodigy Finance.

Prior to joining Seven Hills in 2011, Henny wrote for business magazines Startups and Growing Business, and worked at the Daily Telegraph and CNN International. She has extensive experience with print, online and broadcast outlets.

She graduated from Newcastle University in 2007 with a degree in Politics, before training at Kingston University’s postgraduate school of journalism.