Sunday, May 19, 2024

Sheffield PR agency names two new hires

Sheffield-based PR agency Altitude has appointed Amy Lloyd and Ellie Fish to its team, Amy as a Senior Account Manager and motorsport specialist Ellie focusing solely on Altitude’s F4 racing driver client, Rowan Campbell-Pilling.

The agency, named Best New UK PR Consultancy last year by the Chartered Institute for Public Relations, is adding new clients across a range of sectors.

New clients include not-for-profit membership organisation The Whitehall & Industry Group, renewables company Shawton Energy, national charities Teenage Helpline and Breast Cancer UK, business consultancy The Director’s Helpline and care home group Milewood.

Amy, who spent five years at B2B agency Scriba PR and has more than eight years’ experience, said: “I’m over the moon to be joining the Altitude team. Having spent five years delivering B2B PR and communications for clients in niche, often complex, sectors — from waste and recycling to technology and charity — I’m really looking forward to getting under the skin of the amazing brands Altitude works with and sharing their stories.”

University of Sheffield journalism graduate Ellie has been creating content for top motorsport sites such as The Checkered Flag since she was 16. Her role at Altitude will see her solely manage the marketing for F4 driver Rowan Campbell-Pilling as he climbs the rankings on his way to achieving his F1 dream.

She will attend track days and races, manage media interviews, liaise with Motorsport UK and engage with corporate clients and partners. British F4 races are broadcast live on ITV. She said: “This is a really exciting time for Altitude and me as this season will see Rowan gain so many new opportunities in motorsport. I’m really excited to get stuck in ahead of the F4 season.”

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