|By PR Newswire||
|April 23, 2014 02:30 AM EDT||
NAIROBI, Kenya, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
- Integrated marketing solutions through exclusive and dynamic partnership with 2020 Marketing, Africa.
- Strategic alliances with London based International Corporate & Consumer PR consultant, Andrew Murray-Watson and Visual Communications expert, Nancy James.
Our world is more connected and competitive than ever. Companies, no matter how small or where they are, need a unique, comprehensive, innovative and dynamic communications service in order for their story to be heard.
We believe in an integrated approach to publicity and communications. Together with our partners, we offer a comprehensive service, where branding, advertising, marketing and PR tell the same story. We bring these disciplines and functions together to enable effective communication across all types of media, in order to reach the target audience.
Our services include: Corporate and Consumer PR, Social Media Communications, Financial PR & Investor Relations and Integrated Marketing.
"It is our unique combined quality of thought that distinguishes us. Together we are able to adapt and meet the rapidly changing needs of our clients, wherever they are..." Lydia-Claire Halliday
To read more about our team and our services please visit http://www.lchconsultancy.com
For over 11 years, Lydia-Claire Halliday worked for a world renowned leading international Financial & Corporate PR Agency in the City of London. During this time, Lydia built upon her already very strong international network of influential professionals, journalists, analysts, business leaders and entrepreneurs.
In early 2012, she decided that it was time to look to Sub-Sahara Africa, one of the world's most positive and sustainable growth stories and a prime focus of the international investment community.
In April, Lydia-Claire Halliday Consultancy Ltd was incorporated, registered in London and operated from out of Nairobi.
In order to satisfy the demand for complementary disciplines and offer a fully integrated service,
LCH Consultancy formed exclusive alliances with highly experienced, renowned and skilled communication, marketing and brand specialists in the UK and Africa.
Andrew Murray-Watson - International Corporate & Consumer Communications Consultant
After nearly a decade of working as a respected financial journalist, Andrew became Director of Corporate Communications for an award winning and innovative PR Agency based in London. He is an expert in Online Reputation Management, crisis communications and strategic corporate and consumer communications.
John Dowd - Director, 2020 Marketing
John has over 19 years senior FMCG marketing experience with Rothmans International & British American Tobacco, where he consistently delivered significant improvements in business performance. With extensive experience across a wide variety of environments and cultures, including Western & Eastern Europe, Asia & Africa, John has a strong commitment to building brands, expanding business and driving strategic and organisational design changes in the successful pursuit of growth.
Kevin Bertie - Director, 2020 Marketing
Kevin has nearly 25 years corporate experience of delivering outstanding results, managing complex changes to the business environment and developing talented and successful local managers at all levels. With marketing experience gained through Reckitt Benckiser and British American Tobacco in Asia, Europe and Africa, has developed excellent people management skills and an impressive record of creating highly effective relationships with key business partners.
Nancy James - Visual Communications Consultant
Nancy James has worked as a graphic designer for 15 years and is now an experienced consultant in all aspects of visual communication design. Her priority is first to focus on branding and direction, second to make sure brands continue to uphold their founding values, and lastly and most importantly, to know when a brand is ready to evolve.
SOURCE LCH Consultancy
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