Howorth appoints Moore to manage its client services

Sydney: Howorth Communications, the Ogilvy PR Worldwide tech PR agency, has appointed Kieran Moore as client services director.

Moore was formerly a director at London-based tech firm Firefly Communications, which she left in August last year following a boardroom row (PRWeek, 28 August 2002).

Moore has joined Howorth, which is ten years old this year, in a role that sees her handling ‘strategic communications services, marketing and business development’, and also developing ‘value-added services’ to aid clients with corporate reputation issues.

A native Australian, Moore takes a newly created role reporting to agency MD Mike Howorth.

Moore spent a decade at Firefly, but was one of four senior staff to depart the tech agency last summer, following a row that resulted from what MD Claire Walker described as ‘an issue of management style’.

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