Business growth leads to expansion for Propaganda

Five new business wins have led to expansion at Propaganda, which has resulted in us making four new appointments to bolster the existing client teams and take on more office space at our contemporary offices in Calls Wharf.

Jimmy Boardley has been appointed as junior account director working on FMG and The Car People, Rachel Stephens as social account executive working across a number of clients including Neal & Wolf, The Car People and Kryolan; Nafisa Shafiq as social account manager working on Boost, FMG and Cambridge Weight Plan; and Sinead Dowd as project manager working on Cambridge Weight Plan, Crystal Clear and a rebranding strategy currently under wraps.

Laura Kynaston, managing director, said: “It’s an exciting time at Propaganda and I’m delighted to welcome our new starters. We’re growing doing what we do best, adding value to our clients’ businesses through creative thinking aligned to sound strategy. Our proven consultancy process, Brand Discovery™, remains our point of difference and we continue to build our reputation developing transformational brand and business strategies for our clients.”