Colman Getty staff members loaned to Natural History Museum for building launch

The Natural History Museum has borrowed three staff from Colman Getty as it prepares for the launch of its new building.

On loan: Colman Getty staff to Natural History Museum
On loan: Colman Getty staff to Natural History Museum

The eight-story Darwin Centre opens to the public on 15 September. It will allow visitors to see scientists at work, as well as the museum's collection of bottled specimens and a range of exhibitions.
 
Three of Colman Getty's staff are working in the Natural History Museum's press office up until the launch. They are helping with the planned three press conferences and a VIP launch event.
 
The museum's six-strong in-house press office usually handles all visitor-related PR for events and exhibition, although it did use Amazing Media to promote the Butterfly Jungle this year and the ice rink last year. Other more business-related areas of the museum including the retail sector bring in their own agencies.

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