24th September | Anouska Leon back

Celebrating Talent and Nurturing Careers – Richmond & Towers Announces Five Well-Deserved Promotions

Running a London PR & digital agency is a competitive business, and the one thing that keeps Richmond & Towers ahead of the rest, and makes us what we are, is our people. So, we’re thrilled to announce promotions to:

Running a London PR & digital agency is a competitive business, and the one thing that keeps Richmond & Towers ahead of the rest, and makes us what we are, is our people. So, we’re thrilled to announce promotions to:
Eve Salmon, who is promoted to Senior Account Executive. Continuing to add strings to her bow, Eve is providing sound client counsel whilst consistently delivering exemplary media relations results.
Alex Cook is promoted to Senior Account Manager, as she continues to add clear, strategic consultancy to her armoury, complementing her best in class account management skills.
Pippa Chester becomes Senior Account Director. Pippa has displayed superb strategic consultancy in an ever-changing world over the last year. She’s also an excellent people manager, plays a leading role within R&T’s internal training ‘University’, and is a great ambassador for R&T.
Lauren Gimbel – promoted to Associate Director, Lauren has displayed key leadership capabilities over the last year and is a ‘big picture’ person who considers the wide array of criteria needed for a step up to a more senior role within our business – from client retention and growth, to business planning, agency culture and talent management.
Nicole Kennedy – promoted to Strategic Director, in recognition of the wide-ranging strategic role that Nicole brings to bear, leading client accounts and across our wider agency. Nicole started her career with R&T as an Account Assistant 11 years ago and is a superb example of the potential career path offered at R&T to some of PR’s brightest talent.
Commenting on the promotions, Managing Director, Matt de Leon said: “Celebrating talent and nurturing careers is the one of the most exciting things you can do as an agency. It gives well-earned reward and recognition to the team, shows you have great people, and is an indicator of agency strength, growth, and health.

“Massive congratulations to this fab-five, all of whom prove on a daily basis what great assets they are to Richmond & Towers.”
14th October | Matt de Leon
Climate Change, Sustainability and Our Role In It

I’ve always worked in consumer PR and have been lucky enough to work with some of the world’s best brands, from Coca-Cola, Reebok and Samsung, to Shell, Ford and Estrella Damm. And I’ve worked with those brands in environments that many could only dream of, including the Olympic Games, UEFA… Read more

24th September | Richmond & Towers
Confused by media? For the uninitiated it’s about…

Ok, so pre-Covid it was clear that digital was king, print was on the way out, and Joe Wicks was among the UK’s most influential sources for advice on health. Read more

24th September | Anouska Leon
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1st August | Pascale Rees back

Good mental health in the workplace

A recent tweet from Madalyn Parker, a web developer for a Michigan-based chat software company, went viral. Madalyn made the bold decision to not just take time off to focus on her emotional wellbeing, but to also be honest with her colleagues about it. Her boss’s sympathetic response to her email explaining this was so overwhelming she took a screenshot and put it on Twitter. The tweet has now received more than 50,000 likes and retweets and has re-ignited the important discussion about our personal battles with emotional wellness. Statistics released by the Mental Health Foundation have indicated that one in six workers are affected by conditions like anxiety and depression in the UK alone – and yet, in spite of the debilitating effects that come with mental health issues, we still don’t take the time off work when we need to. It is hard to be honest about mental health in the typical workplace. In situations like this, it is easier to pass it off as ‘not feeling well’ but as has been made abundantly and wonderfully clear by this CEO’s response, things are changing. Working in a place that understands the needs of its staff can make all the difference. Being in a supportive environment, somewhere you know you can have fun and enjoy office life, significantly lowers the chances of emotional exhaustion, thus reducing knock-on effects at work and everywhere else in your life. Richmond & Towers recently took part in a companywide ‘Wellbeing Month’ involving free yoga classes, massages at lunch, informative nutritional seminars, and a daily salad and smoothie bar. Gestures like these – no matter what field you or your company are working in – reassure anyone suffering from a mental health condition that it’s okay to speak up and that they’re in safe hands.  

14th October | Matt de Leon
Climate Change, Sustainability and Our Role In It

I’ve always worked in consumer PR and have been lucky enough to work with some of the world’s best brands, from Coca-Cola, Reebok and Samsung, to Shell, Ford and Estrella Damm. And I’ve worked with those brands in environments that many could only dream of, including the Olympic Games, UEFA… Read more

24th September | Richmond & Towers
Confused by media? For the uninitiated it’s about…

Ok, so pre-Covid it was clear that digital was king, print was on the way out, and Joe Wicks was among the UK’s most influential sources for advice on health. Read more

24th September | Anouska Leon
Celebrating Talent and Nurturing Careers – Richmond &…

Running a London PR & digital agency is a competitive business, and the one thing that keeps Richmond & Towers ahead of the rest, and makes us what we are, is our people. So, we’re thrilled to announce promotions to: Read more

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