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Kaizo promotes ex Ogilvy consultant Rachael Rees to the Board

Kaizo, the independent PR and digital agency, has promoted Rachael Rees to its Board. The announcement comes as the £2million fee business unveils plans for future growth following new wins and projects in 2014.

Rachael joined Kaizo in January 2013 and has played a key role in building the wellbeing and lifestyle portfolio that includes Fitbit, Coffee and Health, Dunkin Donuts and COTTON USA. She joins Managing Director Rhodri Harries, and the three other existing owners Steph MacLeod, Rosemary Brook and Crispin Manners on the Board.

Rhodri Harries said:
“Rachael has been an inspiring example to us all with the energy and insights she has brought to the business over the last two years. She added more big brand experience to Kaizo and we are delighted that she now joins the leadership team as we enter the next stage of our business growth.

Rachael joined Kaizo after almost eight years working at Ogilvy PR in London and New York. Her experience prior to Kaizo includes a working across a broad range of consumer clients such as Ford, American Express, National Geographic, Unilever (Hellmann’s, Comfort, Persil), GROHE and Mattel. She graduated from Merton College, University of Oxford with a First Class BA (Hons) degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics

In the last three months Kaizo’s new clients have included NetSuite, Netjets, Oxford University Press, UC Expo and Symphony. It was also re-awarded management best practice accreditation Investors in People.

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