Andrew Marcus appointed as PR manager at Museum of London

The Museum of London has appointed a new PR manager from Porter Novelli.

Launch: Dickens and London app
Launch: Dickens and London app

Andrew Marcus, who was an account manager at the agency, starts this week, reporting to the museum's head of comms Antony Robbins.

Marcus said: 'My priorities will be to deliver a first-class service to the media, build the brand, and make the Museum of London a must-see destination for every visitor to the city during the Olympic year.'

His responsibilities include day-to-day management of the press office, brand development and partnerships.

One of the first events Marcus will work on is the Dickens and London exhibition, which starts on 9 December. The museum is also launching an iPhone and iPad app to allow users to follow in Dickens' footsteps through the capital.

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