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Speed 22 July 2015

Speed Communications’ Business & Corporate PR team continues to grow with the appointment of Dean Enon and Kerry Harris as Account Directors and Steven Mroczkowski as an Account Manager.

All three join at a time when the company has been named as one of the UK’s top 10 B2B PR agencies (B2B Marketing’s Benchmarking Report PR Agencies 2015) following a 25% growth last year and numerous new client wins.

With more than 15 years’ experience in PR, primarily in B2B and corporate, Dean Enon has directed healthcare campaigns for AAH Pharmaceuticals, LloydsPharmacy and Cambrian Alliance and in facilities management for the PHS Group, Excelerate Technology and The Danwood Group. Prior to joining Speed, Dean worked in an in-house consultancy role at RWE Innogy UK working in the world of renewables and onshore wind farms.

Kerry Harris joins Speed from Grayling, where she most recently worked in Qatar supporting the Qatar Foundation. Prior to that she was working at Grayling Bristol with clients including ALD Automotive, English Heritage, Frazer-Nash, Gradwell, Landmark Information Group, National Construction College (NCC) and National Grid.

Steven Mroczkowski was most recently Commercial PR Manager at Goodyear Dunlop Tyres where he was responsible for Goodyear’s commercial digital footprint including formulating a social media strategy, managing social media channels, writing web content, managing brand websites and google analytics analysis.

Kelly Pepworth, Managing Partner at Speed Communications, said:

“Dean, Kerry and Steven are great additions to the team and collectively bring a wealth of experience across a whole raft of sectors.

We will continue to recruit high calibre PR people that marry with our ever growing portfolio of clients. Our focus is on creating the best and most highly regarded business and corporate PR teams in the country, built on the passion and energy of its people. This is what will differentiate us in an industry where insight, creativity and people are everything.”