GolinHarris snaps up Lewis PR's Elizabeth Littlewood to lead tech practice

The head of Lewis PR's UK operations Elizabeth Littlewood is to move to GolinHarris to become the agency's first dedicated head of technology.

Tech head: Elizabeth Littlewood
Tech head: Elizabeth Littlewood

Littlewood will sit on GolinHarris’ UK board and will lead the agency’s tech practice, reporting to president, international Matt Neale.

She will fill the gap in the agency’s tech-focused offering, created when international president Jon Hughes relocated from London to Hong Kong in January to lead the agency’s Asia Pacific business.

The agency has a strong record in the tech sector, working with brands including EMC, Virgin Media and Infosys.

‘We were attracted by Elizabeth’s track record of injecting new strategies into established businesses,’ Neale commented. ‘Elizabeth’s role is to deliver award-winning work and make GolinHarris’ tech practice the undisputed market leader.’

She joined Lewis in 2010, where as head of UK she developed strategic tech, corporate and digital campaigns for UK and global clients. She earlier spent seven years at Grayling.

GolinHarris was named PRWeek’s International Consultancy of the Year for 2012.

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