Fox Agency

Clare joins Fox Agency as online PR lead

B2B marketing agency Fox has appointed Hotwire’s David Clare as digital marketing director with responsibility for the agency’s online PR.

At Fox, Clare will lead the online comms strategy for client brands including Brother UK, Bright HR, TMD Friction, Speedy Hire and more, as well as taking responsibility for growing Fox’s digital division.

Clare, who was last year announced as one of PR Week‘s 30 Under 30, led strategy and planning for FTSE100 clients at Hotwire, specialising in online communications. He has also held roles with Blue Rubicon, Nitro Digital and 33 Digital, working with clients including GSK, and Facebook.

Ben Fox, director at Fox Agency, said: “Effective B2B marketing is increasingly focused on intelligent digital strategy. Fox is committed to being a leading light in this area which is why we have recruited one of the top online marketers in the UK today.

“David will run the strategy for current clients and be instrumental in growing the digital division and securing new business. It’s certainly a coup to be bringing in David with the only downside being the fact he likes Bon Jovi – however, nobody’s perfect.”

Clare added: “Fox is a very talented B2B marketing agency with a strong focus in digital communications. It’s exciting to be in a position to drive growth in the agency’s online marketing division, and be a part of Fox becoming one of the top five B2B marketing agencies in the UK.”

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