Morgan places his journalistic skills into Focus

Dominic Morgan, deputy editor of Property Week magazine, is to join Focus Communications’ corporate PR team next month as a senior consultant.

Dominic Morgan, deputy editor of Property Week magazine, is to join

Focus Communications’ corporate PR team next month as a senior

consultant.



Morgan has been deputy editor since 1993. Focus handles more than 15

commercial property clients, including Axa Equity and Law Investment

Managers, consultants Weatherall Green and Smith, and Freeport

Leisure.



’I feel that I have achieved all that I want in business journalism.’

Morgan said. ’I am 33 and I wanted a new challenge. There aren’t many

editorships around and I have done the work before as deputy

editor.’



Chief executive Rupert Ashe said Morgan’s brief was ’to develop our

range of property communications services - corporate reputation

management, planning application PR, crisis management and property

marketing.’



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