Keene Communications lands APSCo and TrustID

Public affairs agency Keene Communications has won briefs from the trade body for the UK’s professional staffing industry, APSCo, and identity authentication technology company TrustID.

It won APSCo in a four-way pitch overseen by the client’s head of external relations and compliance, Samatha Hurley. The brief calls for Keene to support APSCo’s engagement with UK and EU government institutions on employment and social policy.

The TrustID brief is for government engagement over the follow-up to the Immigration Bill, and advice to TrustID’s chief executive and chairman on engagement with local government and other departments.

Both accounts will be led by senior consultant Jake Rigg, with senior advisor Andrew Cumpsty providing political counsel.

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