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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23rd May 2019
Grayling was named Public Affairs Consultancy of the Year at the SABRE Awards EMEA 2019 gala event in London. The international network, with 31 offices across 22 European countries, was honoured for...Read More
15th April 2019
Grayling New York is growing, with the addition of Niveen Saleh, who joins as an account director. Niveen has five years of experience in tech PR, franchise PR, and employee communications....Read More
10th April 2019
Grayling has been named a finalist in five categories in the prestigious SABRE Awards EMEA. The nominated campaigns were developed by Grayling’s offices in Poland, Russia, Spain and the UK,...Read More