Hannah Channing joins Coverdale Barclay from award winning consumer agency Mischief PR, where she worked as Account Manager across fashion, beauty, travel, food and parenting. Her experience spans brands including the National Trust, Dulux, Ella’s Kitchen, Unilever, Krispy Kreme, Vauxhall and Great British Chefs.
Hannah left Mischief PR towards the end of 2013, after contributing to memorable campaigns including the award winning 50 Things to do before 11¾ campaign for the National Trust, Akzonobel’s regeneration initiative Dulux Let’s Colour and fashion and art events for Vauxhall motors.
Hannah joins as Account Manager for Coverdale Barclay’s portfolio of London destination, retail and property clients. As part of her role Hannah will be managing integrated PR, marketing and digital strategies for Marylebone’s fashion and lifestyle destinations Portman Village and Chiltern Street, culture hub Store Street in Bloomsbury, Queensway and Pure Student Living across the capital.
Anna Coverdale, Director, comments:
“We are really excited to have Hannah join the Coverdale Barclay team, bringing a wealth of media knowledge across a diverse range of sectors. Hannah’s arrival will ensure Coverdale Barclay continues to deliver successful and compelling campaigns for our clients, and further develop integrated strategies to drive awareness of these popular London destinations.”
Coverdale Barclay launched in 2013 following the successful merger of Coverdale Davis Communications and Ros Barclay Consulting, bringing together 36 years’ experience in PR and marketing.