Brunswick promotes new directors

The international corporate comms partnership has promoted directors across six global offices, including five in London.

The London-based promotions include Charlie Potter (pictured), Alastair Morton, Brian Buckley, Stuart Hudson and Tim May. Their backgrounds cover a range of sectors and disciplines.

Charlie previously worked as a producer for the BBC’s flagship program Newsnight; Alastair is based within Brunswick’s Blaise Projects division, which focuses on the role of business in society; Brian is a member of the financial institutions group, and joined the consultancy from Morgan Stanley; Stuart previously served as a special adviser at 10 Downing Street; Tim works within Brunswick’s creative communications agency, MerchantCantos.
“Our new partners have extraordinary expertise in areas that are of increasing importance to our clients,” said Group chief exec Susan Gilchrist. “These individuals have demonstrated a strong commitment to client service and teamwork, and I am pleased to welcome them to the partnership.”

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