Simms will head Bristol branch of Leedex PR

Leedex Public Relations has appointed Geoff Simms as managing director of its Bristol-based head office.

Leedex Public Relations has appointed Geoff Simms as managing

director of its Bristol-based head office.



Simms joined the agency last month after 16 months as a director of PR

firm McCann-Erickson. His previous experience includes 17 years at

Harrison Cowley, eight of which were spent as managing director of the

group’s Bristol office.



Simms’ predecessor at Leedex, Mark Crosby, left the agency to set up his

own property consultancy business.



Simms will head up a team of seven consultants specialising in consumer,

business-to-business and corporate communications.



Leedex is one of the top 50 consultancies in the UK. It has offices in

London and Manchester, with an annual turnover of close to pounds 3

million.



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