Cheshire based B2B PR consultancy Skout has appointed Celine Goodier in the newly created role of business development manager. Celine’s hunt for new business reinforces Skout’s objective of becoming the UK’s leading B2B communications specialist.
Celine brings with her over 12 years’ experience in B2B communications and a proven track record of business development from a wealth of industry sectors.
Celine’s appointment comes after a period of high growth for Skout, not only regionally, but also nationally and internationally across an increasing number of market sectors. With further business expansion planned, Skout aims to achieve 30% growth year on year by continuing to deliver exceptional creative campaigns and outstanding service, as recognised by Prolific North and PR Moment awards.
Rob Skinner, managing director at Skout comments: “We’re delighted to have Celine join our team, particularly as her appointment is the start of an exciting future for Skout. Her passion and years of experience brings a fresh perspective to how we can achieve our future growth plans.”
Celine says: “I’m thrilled to be joining the Skout team at this exciting time. I’m impressed by Skout’s clear vision to be the UK’s leading PR and content agency, particularly with its unique natural storytelling approach. Being part of such a fast growing company and having a key role to help it achieve its growth strategy is something that I’m really looking forward to.”
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