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After just over 10 years at Kwittken, Liz decided it was time to move on, joining FieldHouse Associates as a Director in February 2017.
Liz’s expertise is in leading complex and multi-faceted national and global projects. She has worked with B2B clients on international communications campaigns, thought leadership development and implementation, media training, integrated communications, and message development. She is focused on delivering great results for clients that have a true impact and drive commercial benefit.
After a three-month work experience placement at The Communications Group, Liz formally started her PR career in the technology division at Hill & Knowlton (now H+K Strategies). One of her first tasks was to help to launch the nationwide BT Broadband Britain campaign, and she further cut her teeth with technology behemoths Microsoft and HP. Liz was also regularly seconded to the BT press office ‘war room’, where she was part of the team that fielded the deluge of incoming press enquiries concerning the national roll-out of broadband. Liz also spent a spell with the agency’s corporate division, where she worked with clients such as the Teacher Training Agency and Translucis, the Diageo-backed digital media network.
After four years at H&K, Liz joined technology and telecoms agency Catalysis, where her focus was on BT Global Services, Intel, and Lucent Technologies, among others. After two years, Liz was then persuaded to join Kwittken (then Clarke Mulder Purdie Communications) by its founders to help grow the agency. As one of only five team members at the time, Liz did everything from PR to HR, and quickly learned what it takes to help run a successful PR agency.
At Kwittken, Liz introduced and launched the agency’s Hothouse programme, which stimulated discussion and debate around major trends shaping business, economics, politics, technology, and the media. She led both national and global PR and thought leadership campaigns for blue-chip clients across the corporate, technology, and energy sectors, including Amadeus, American Express, YOTEL, and Olympics client the Commission for a Sustainable London 2012.