Sujarda Herring

Muckle Media makes three senior appointments

Creative PR and digital agency Muckle Media has made three senior appointments in Edinburgh, including Sujarda Herring as head of client service.

Herring was previously head of public relations at Carillion and is tasked with growing the agency’s client roster in Scotland’s central belt.

Annie Diamond became Muckle Media’s head of media and events in February and oversees a number of luxury client accounts.

Mark Probert will start as the agency’s finance in August as it seeks to increase its revenue by almost 50% this year.

Ellie Wagstaff has also been promoted to account manager. Helen Nimmo has joined as finance manager. Eilidh Marshall has rejoined the agency as senior account executive and Fiona Reyner has been retained as trainee PR account executive following a successful internship.

“Annie, Mark and Sujarda join Muckle Media at an exciting time and will help to shape the future of the agency,” said Nathalie Agnew, Muckle Media managing director. “I’m really looking forward to working with all three new colleagues as we seek to grow to enter the top 10 PR agencies outside London list by 2020.”

Herring added: “I am delighted to join the team during this growth period where I can make a real contribution to the business. I will be working with our clients to deliver communications that not only positively impact the future of their business but also the future of Muckle Media.”

  • Pictured: Sujarda Herring
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