Richard and his experienced agency team have worked with many of the world’s leading early careers teams in the UK, EMEA and America. Clients he has worked with include J.P.Morgan, UBS, Morgan Stanley, Citi, Barclays Bank and HSBC.
For the last two decades, he has developed innovative campus brand and graduate communication programmes and was an early adopter of web-based global campus marketing. Prior to this he worked with global tech clients such as Microsoft and IBM focusing on employer communications.
Writer, Senior Digital Content Producer
Kirsty is a seasoned Early Careers Attraction Campaign Project Manager with over 15 years’ experience, gained predominantly within the Financial Services Sector. She has extensive knowledge of campus attraction strategy, and a wealth of experience in university liaison and initiatives that raise her clients’ profiles on campuses across the globe. Kirsty also develops marketing content for her clients’ campaigns and understands the importance of producing relevant, consistent, and creative content to deliver a client’s message to their audience on campus.
Writer, Content Creator and Filmmaker
Florence is a writer, content creator and filmmaker with over a decade's experience in communicating to diverse audiences – university students in particular – and across all media platforms on behalf of clients such as the London Stock Exchange Group, Bank of America, Teach First and the London Business School.
In her spare time, she sits on the governing board of multiple schools and mentors young people.
I’ve worked in recruitment communications on multinational campaigns for some of the world’s leading financial, legal and professional services organisations such as HSBC, Lloyds TSB, KPMG and Linklaters.
For every recruiter, the challenge is about attracting the candidates who can help shape the future of their business.
To do this, I’ve created profiles from board level to graduate trainees, helping businesses tell the stories that inform, engage and inspire their target audiences.
Over many years in this field, I’ve found that allowing people to express their individual experiences honestly and in their own words is often the best way to communicate the personality, aspirations and diversity of a much larger organisation.
Not every picture tells the full story.