Yellow Jersey PR

Trio of appointments at Yellow Jersey

Yellow Jersey has appointed Georgia Colkin as its first associate director, operating out of its financial PR division and across a handful of key clients.

Abs Hassanali and Henry Wilkinson have also joined the agency as a corporate PR account manager and junior account executive respectively.

Colkin has held roles at Citigate Dewe Rogerson and Barabino & Partners, where she advised across sectors including retail, energy, financial and professional services.  Her previous clients include the British Chambers of Commerce, Associated British Foods, Investec Wealth & Investment and the John Lewis Partnership.

Hassanali has worked at Citigate Dewe Rogerson as well as Montpellier, leading its FinTech and FinServe divisional teams across high-profile clients including Honda and SAAB.

Wilkinson joins the team following a successful 2016 internship. He studied French and International Management at Bath University.

Dominic Barretto, Yellow Jersey CEO, said: “In a mere four years since our first hire, we have developed an 18-strong team and diverse set of services that can rival any PR agency offering. We stick closely to our truths – namely to inspire our team and deliver high quality services to our clients.”

  • Pictured: The Yellow Jersey team, including Georgia Colkin (right), Henry Wilkinson (third from right) and Abs Hassanali (fourth from right)
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