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Grayling Midlands adds to pool of agency talent with two new hires…

Submitted by on September 25, 2015 – 6:40 am |

Molly Fowler and Bethany HallerBIRMINGHAM21 September 2015 – Following the announcement of its new senior leadership team last month, leading international PR agency, Grayling, has strengthened its team in the Midlands with two new hires. Buoyed by high profile client wins and increasing client confidence in the regional economy, Grayling has continued to invest in securing the region’s top talent.

Account Manager, Bethany Haller, has a sector specialism in B2B PR, and will work across Grayling’s clients in sectors such as technology, engineering and manufacturing. Clients currently include National Grid and the world-renowned HORIBA MIRA and HORIBA MIRA Technology Park – home to some of the most exciting innovations in the automotive space.

Molly Fowler, Account Executive and recent Graduate from Leeds Beckett University, brings experiences from two leading regional agencies, and will help Grayling to continue to grow its reputation for creative and engaging consumer campaigns for the likes of Canned Food UK and InMoment.

“We are delighted to welcome both Bethany and Molly to the Grayling Midlands team,” said Hayley Longdin, who leads Grayling Midlands alongside Craig Ling. “Their collective experience and backgrounds are already making great additions to our growing team as we continue to build on our client base. The appointments are a signal of intent that we will continue to seek out the very best communications professionals from across the region, and we expect to announce further strategic hires within the coming months.”

Craig Ling added: “Birmingham is now at the vanguard of the devolution agenda. Businesses inside and outside the region, including overseas investors, have woken up to the city’s economic potential. They are investing in Birmingham’s future and looking for PR agency support which marries big brand experience with local intelligence in order to gain that competitive edge. We offer that expertise in spades.”

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