Weber Shandwick brings in Simon Rothwell as technology director

Weber Shandwick has hired Simon Rothwell from Good Relations Group as a director in its UK technology practice.

Joining Weber Shandwick: Simon Rothwell
Joining Weber Shandwick: Simon Rothwell
Rothwell joins the agency in mid-March after 13 years at Harvard PR and Good Relations Group.

His most recent role was associate director, leading a team working on technology clients across Harvard and Good Relations, and his client experience includes RIM, Adobe, Nokia, nVidia and Cisco.

The hire follows the departure of Tali Kramer, a director in the technology practice at Weber, for College Hill last month.

Peter Ross, MD of Weber Shandwick Technology, said: ‘Simon’s wealth of B2B and B2C technology communications experience, creative brain and digital track-record will significantly benefit our clients and our staff.’

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