In brief: Climate NGO hires comms directors, asset manager grabs Peregrine, wins for Well Hello and Fever

Climate NGO appoints comms directors, RAM grabs Peregrine for PR, Condom firm gets in on with Well Hello and more from PRWeek UK.

Climate NGO appoints comms directors

Luke Herbert, formerly a director at the agency Madano, and Arts Council England head of media Nazneen Nawaz have joined the London-based comms team of global NGO The Climate Group. Nawaz becomes head of media and corporate comms, reporting to director of international comms Herbert. Herbert joined Madano having previously been head of government affairs at Jaguar Land Rover and worked for Shell and the UK's Department for International Development. The organisation also has offices in Beijing, Hong Kong, New Delhi and New York. CEO Helen Clarkson said the new hires should "help to increase the momentum of climate action in the coming years".

RAM grabs Peregrine for PR

Boutique asset manager RAM Active Investments has appointed Peregrine Communications to help build its brand in the UK, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. The brief includes strategy, messaging, thought leadership, media relations, design and video. RAM has its HQ in Geneva, as well as London, Luxembourg and Zurich offices.

Condom firm gets in on with Well Hello

Start-up agency Well Hello has been taken on by US condom and sexual lubricant brand One to handle a launch brief with a six-figure budget. The UK push follows major condom manufacturer Karex Berhad's recent acquisition of a major stake in One owner Global Protection Corporation.

Fever picks Dutch flowers brief

The Flower Council of Holland has appointed Fever as its retained integrated consumer agency to handle all social, content and PR activity across the UK. Fever will work with the client to develop through-the-line campaigns designed to keep flowers and plants in the minds of UK consumers. Fever’s remit includes press and influencer relations, video, editorial and social content, and community management across Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.

Cartwright hired by museum

Nottingham's National Justice Museum has appointed Cartwright Communications to support its mission of helping people gain a practical understanding of the law and justice system through a UK-wide campaign.

Double win for Big Cat

Birmingham agency Big Cat has strengthened its client roster with appointments by the city's new all-vegan cafe Natural Healthy Foods, and by the American-style eatery Nosh & Quaff, which is owned by Lasan Group.

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