9th March 2017
Appointed to Managing Director in 2015, Sarah has already made an impact on Grayling’s development following a significant company review, leading the UK business to secure a number of major new contracts with internationally-recognised global and UK brands in 2017. In an interview with PR Week, Sarah emphasised that attracting and retaining high level talent is the most important industry challenge to overcome in the year ahead, she also identified her Desert Island Disc would be ‘Feeling Good’ - a positive sentiment that resonates with her outlook for the company moving forward.
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22nd August 2017
Emerging trends in the professional services sector
There is no escaping the fact that in terms of public profile the next few years will be critical for the professional services sector, not least because of the current economic and political climate,...Read More
9th August 2017
CSR panel and networking event
Grayling Scotland is hosting a special panel event with networking and drinks on the subject of how CSR can support a company's reputation. A company's governance, positive influence on...Read More
7th August 2017
Grayling's Meakin to talk innovation at international comms summit
Grayling's global head of strategic services, Jon Meakin will join a roster of international speakers at the ICCO Global Summit, to be held in Helsinki on 5-6 October. With a theme of...Read More