Monday, July 6, 2020

Hiring Eleanor takes Scriba’s headcount into double figures

Huddersfield comms agencyScriba PR has welcomed experienced senior account manager Eleanor Cropper to its ranks – growing its workforce to double figures for the first time.

Eleanor is the tenth significant appointment for the thriving Lindley firm, bringing years of vital B2B public relations expertise from a breadth of well-known organisations in the industry – including internationally-facing Grayling, and Yorkshire integrated firm, Finn.

She said: “Scriba’s knowledge of the industries I specialise in plays to my strengths. I want to bring my B2B expertise to the forefront, in order to continue achieving the high standards the team sets itself each day.

“I find PR more rewarding when you can build a brand from the ground up and make noise in an interesting sector. I enjoy untapping the potential that businesses have, and getting my teeth into establishing them as a force to be reckoned with in their industries.

“The team has been incredibly friendly and welcoming since I’ve joined, and I can see how hungry and ambitious each of my colleagues are. I’m really looking forward to the challenge and helping Scriba to grow even further.”

The business’s latest ‘word nerd’ will take charge of UK-wide technical clients from sectors including wayleave, fraud protection, fintech and commercial property development.

Scriba MD Katie Mallinson said: “Eleanor brings a high calibre of experience and PR expertise to the team that should be of tremendous benefit to both our workforce and growing client base. We’ve no doubt she’ll prove to be a valuable asset towards helping to drive our ambitious growth plans further, and we’re excited to see her develop in her role and add even more technical knowledge towards our offering.”

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