Delilah Pollard, Kazoo Communications managing partner

Kazoo Communications restructures senior leadership team

Kazoo Communications promoted Michael Blount and Delilah Pollard to director roles, restructured its senior leadership team and hired four new staff.

The pair joins Kazoo managing partners Lydia Hoye and Jessica Owen, and senior director Rachael Charlton in the new senior team.

The agency has also hired Loriann Luckings-Marwood and Laura Rudolph as senior account directors and Lucy Mercer and Matt Anderson as account managers.

Luckings-Marwood will also develop the agency’s entertainment team alongside Blount. She has previously launched campaigns for Ladbrokes, Halfords, Coca-Cola and Red Bull.

Rudolph was previously at Good Relations and joins Kazoo on maternity leave cover. She will work across the agency’s food and BT Group accounts. Her client experience includes Lidl, Unilever, Bird’s Eye, the FA, National Trust and Canon.

Mercer was worked across accounts including Aldi, Wickes and AEG, while Anderson’s client experience spans Bacardi, Red Bull, Virgin Sport, Jaguar and Heineken.

Hoye said: “We’re evolving here at Kazoo, so it’s imperative that we hire the best talent and recognise the greatness of our director level to ensure our team feel challenged and our clients always get the best from us.

“It’s great to have such a wealth of new experience join from a variety of different backgrounds. They’ve all slotted in seamlessly with the existing team and bring a fresh perspective so we stay on top as a really modern PR agency.”

  • Pictured: Delilah Pollard
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