We have the usual mix of in-house and agency experience and an unusually heavy weighting towards senior consultants. However, in addition to this, team members have also founded their own tech companies, sold agencies, mentored at incubators and spoken at numerous events.
Nicky started her career working with Microsoft on a global re-messaging and positioning programme for its Services division. After a year spent between Surrey and Microsoft’s Thames Valley Park office in Reading, Nicky made the move to join Mantra PR as an Account Manager working for a mix of clients in the technology, mobile and media spaces. Being part of the launch team for the then start-up WiFi business, The Cloud gave Nicky the bug and under the guiding hand of former Mantra MD, Debbie Wosskow (now CEO of LoveHomeSwap.com and FieldHouse client!) Nicky focused her attentions on the venture investment and start-up sector. Nicky worked with Second Chance Tuesday, London Business Angels and Wellington Partners as well as a number of smaller high growth businesses across the TMT space. In 2007. The Loewy Group bought Mantra and merged the business with two other PR agencies to form Speed in 2009. Nicky led the re-brand to Speed and joined the Board of Directors to lead the B2B & venture team. Since 2009, Nicky has continued to work in the venture and innovation space with clients including Notion Capital, Velti, Mobile Money Network, Monitise, Forward3D, Free:Formers and GogoBot. In 2013, Nicky took on the Corporate & Media team at Speed to run The Economist, Financial Times Publishing, Investors Chronicle, SNTV and B2B clients including global assessments business, Thomas International and engineering recruitment business, Matchtech.
Having previously worked with Neil Robertson and Nicole Hudspith from FieldHouse Associates, Nicky decided to join Cordelia and the team in October 2014. At FieldHouse, Nicky works across the client portfolio and supports the team with its continued growth in its core markets – investment, technology and mobile.