KEH chooses Newgate Communications

Kuwaiti European Holding Group (KEH) has brought in Newgate Communications as its retained PR agency, with a combined financial and corporate brief.


Charles Chichester

KEH is headquartered in London and is the holding company for a group of businesses operating in the financial services, leisure and healthcare sectors. It was established in 2008 and concentrates its investments in the UK and Kuwait with a strategic focus on the wider Middle East and Europe.

Newgate will provide communications support to KEH as it looks to raise its profile in the UK and internationally.

Senior partner Charles Chichester (pictured) will lead the Newgate team with support from associate partner Zoe Pocock and consultants Lydia Thompson and Charlotte Coulson.

Humphrey Percy, chief executive officer at KEH, said: “We are pleased to have appointed Newgate as our PR agency following a competitive pitch. The team demonstrated the expertise and experience we were looking for as we seek to build our presence in the UK and beyond and I am confident that Newgate will provide us with the critical integrated communications support we require as we grow our business.”

Chichester added: “We are delighted to have been appointed by KEH at an important stage in its development and look forward to working with it closely.”

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