Jessie Allen joins MWWPR

Jessie Allen joins MWWPR as associate director

MWWPR has appointed Jessie Allen as an associate director in its London office.

Allen will help the agency to expand its media and entertainment portfolio, strengthening its B2B, consumer and corporate offering in the sectors.

She was previously head of PR at Digitalis Media and has held senior positions at Eulogy and Speed Communications. Her past clients include The Economist, Financial Times, Getty Images and Ministry of Sound.

Patrick Herridge, managing director of MWWPR UK, said: “Jessie has deep expertise of the media industry along with unique integrated PR experience which will make her a valuable addition to the MWW family. We’re thrilled to have her onboard.”

Allen added: “MWW’s international reach, bold approach and hunger to deliver the best results for clients in an ever-evolving and borderless media landscape excited me. I’m looking forward to working with some amazing clients and a talented team to help drive the success of the agency.”

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