Conduit to focus on new business

City shop Conduit PR - which specialises in advising small-cap companies - has appointed WMC Communications account manager Charlie Geller in an effort to capitalise on growth in the tech sector.

Geller's remit is to develop Conduit's five-strong Technology, Media and Telecommunications division, with a focus on new business.

He will also work with their ­existing clients, such as online financial services software ­company Intelligent Environments.

Geller spent four and a half years at Stansted-based Brettles PR before joining WMC more than three years ago. At the latter his clients included COLT Telecom, First Quantum Minerals and Mulberry. 

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