Rule 5 to open London office

A PR business at The Landing is opening up an office in London to celebrate its first year.

The new Rule 5 office will open in Shoreditch in January and will be run by Account Director Carolanne Bamford, who relocates in the New Year.  Recruitment for an account executive is underway.

Rule 5's Rob Brown and Julie Wilson

Rule 5′s Rob Brown and Julie Wilson

Agency founder and Director Julie Wilson said it had always been their intention to launch a London office.

“It’s a little ahead of plan but the time is right for us and there’s a great sense of creativity and innovation in Shoreditch.  We’re looking forward to being part of it.”

Rule 5 launched in November 2012 and was crowned Best Newcomer at the Prolific North Awards just four months later.  This month the agency was awarded Gold for Best Social Media campaign and Silver for Best Digital campaign in the 2013 CIPR Pride Awards.

“It has been an incredible year” said Managing Partner, Rob Brown.  “Launching a new agency in the middle of a recession has challenges but we feel that we’ve built a good brand with Rule 5, we deliver great work and are thrilled by the response we’ve had.”

Rule 5 specialises in digital communications and PR with clients in the interior and lifestyle, retail, food, TV and production, and sports sectors; including Wedgwood; Waterford; Renshaw; British Cycling; Raw Cut TV and GB Taekwondo.

Next month, the agency will also be providing consultancy support to the Cabinet Office with the Government’s review of its communications capability.

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