Agent99 announces new business and staff changes

PR agency, Agent99, has retained the communications account for stationary brand, Collins Debden.

Initially, the agency will be supporting Collins Debden’s Christmas campaign to promote its 2020 diary range. The campaign also sees the 200th anniversary of the Collins brand, so Agent99 will be managing the VIP Bicentennial Event and overseeing media and influencer engagement and social media-based competitions.

Agent99 has announced new business and staff changes as it approaches the end of the year

General manager of Collins Debden, Matthew Zec, commented: “Having previously worked with Agent99 on last year’s campaign, we are very pleased with what they’ve achieved for our brand. I’m excited to see what they pull off in 2019.”

Agent99 has also been tasked with the publicity surrounding the launch of poetry book, Too Soon Too Late, by Australian lawyer Stewart Levitt.

Agent99 founder and director, Sharon Zeev Poole, said in a statement: “This has been our best quarter to date, and we’re delighted to be headed into an exciting time of opportunity and growth, both with our clients and team. It’s a real testament to our focus on high-quality results that we’ve been achieving for our clients on a consistent basis.”

In staff changes, Nicole Robertson has been promoted to account director after five years with the agency, and Amelia Watson has been promoted to account manager, after two years with Agent99.

Emilie Lawson is a new addition to the team, hired as senior account executive after three years at Cube PR.


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