Claremont boosts “purpose-driven” business strategy with Victoria Page appointment

Claremont Communications has appointed Victoria Page, former director of CSR and sustainability at Grayling Future Planet, as a director to help grow the agency’s private sector clients.
In her role as a director at Claremont, Page will be responsible for leading and growing the agency’s private sector clients. Claremont’s existing private sector clients include Swedish challenger bank Ikano and business outsourcing firm Capita Plc.

A specialist in sustainability, issues and CSR, Page led Grayling’s 30-strong international team to deliver strategic programmes for Unilever, Sony Europe and Jaguar Land Rover.

Before Grayling, she managed pharmaceutical and FMCG strategies for clients including Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, AstraZeneca and Kellogg at Munro and Forster.

Claremont founder and MD Ben Caspersz said: “CSR is no longer an added option or a token box-tick on the annual company report. Increasingly, social purpose is at the heart of some of the world’s most successful brands.

“And so our sustainability offering is growing accordingly. We’re delighted to be welcoming a senior expert like Victoria to the team as we continue to help our clients in the public and private sector tackle some of society’s biggest issues.”

As part of its growth plans, Claremont is also looking for a senior operator to fill its head of media role.

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