Public Affairs: NSPCC win for Portland

Portland has won a five-way shoot-out to provide public affairs support to the NSPCC.

Tim Allan's agency is believed to have fought off competition from Bell Pottinger Public Affairs, Blue Rubicon, Edelman and Weber Shandwick to land the newly-created brief.

The move comes as the charity accelerates the implementation of chief executive Andrew Flanagan's strategy to support children most at risk of harm.

Portland will report to NSPCC director of comms Ali Jeremy, who said the agency would help 'support the NSPCC as the leading voice on child protection, making a real difference to the lives of children most at risk'.

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