Filtered Media launches social enterprise division led by Louisa Sampson

Public relations and content marketing agency Filtered Media has launched its own social enterprise practice which will be lead by director, Louisa Sampson.

The dedicated commercial practice, Social Enterprise, will focus on helping foundations, government agencies, causes, social enterprises and not-for-profits.

Sampson will be leading the new Social Enterprise division

Social Enterprise is launching with three new clients including City West Housing, Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), and 4Community.

Sampson joins Filtered Media as the director of Social Enterprise after freelancing as a senior communications specialist for more than a year.

Prior to freelancing, Sampson was media manager for the UK’s Heads Together Campaign, the philanthropic foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

Before joining Heads Together, she led communications for the British Prime Minister’s Points of Light volunteering award and prior to that role served as senior press officer for the former UK Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg.

Heather Jones, managing director and co-founder at Filtered Media, said in a statement: “The Social Enterprise practice fulfils a long-held dream of ours at Filtered Media to actively help organisations and brands driven by a social purpose.

“We have two well-established practice groups already, one focused on Consumer + Lifestyle brands, and the other on Finance + Technology brands. It’s a personal and professional thrill to have someone of Louisa’s calibre join us in pioneering our new Social Enterprise practice.”


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