Grayling head of corporate Tom Nutt

Grayling UK hires Tom Nutt as head of corporate

Integrated global communications agency Grayling has recruited former Seven Hills board director Tom Nutt as its new head of corporate.

Reporting to Grayling UK CEO Sarah Scholefield, Nutt will use his experience in a wide range of corporate, consumer, public affairs and financial PR sectors to build on the agency’s corporate and reputation management credentials.

Over the past 14 years, he has managed IPOs, M&A transactions, crisis and issue management campaigns and social media programmes. He has directed campaigns for professional and financial services clients, as well as destination marketing work for commercial and residential property firms.

Nutt has also developed programmes to support start-up growth acceleration across the fintech, advanced manufacturing and creative sectors. His previous clients include DeBeers, Grant Thornton, SABIC and Canary Wharf Group.

Scholefield said: “We believe Tom’s experience will deliver an even deeper level of corporate and reputation insight, while continuing to deliver world-class advice and strategic planning to our existing clients.

“We are excited to have him join our UK network and are confident he has the skills to build the profile of our work to current and future clients.”

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