In brief: Four promotes Reid, WE's audio pick up, BPS briefs WA, wins for Redwood, Clementine and Rooster

Four promotes Tim Reid to MD, Sennheiser appoints WE, British Psychological Society briefs WA, plus wins for Redwood, Clementine and Rooster.

Tim Reid promoted to MD at Four

Tim Reid has been promoted to managing director, group client services at Four Communications, and will join the agency’s operating board. Reid, who joined Four Communications as group client services director in January last year, took up the new role in May. His remit will include new business development and a focus on clients in the property, financial services and travel sectors. Reid's appointment follows the news last week that Four had hired Alex Knight of The Unlimited Group as COO. 

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Sennheiser appoints WE to UK brief

Audio specialist Sennheiser Communications has appointed PR agency WE Communications to handle its media relations activity in the UK. The agency has been tasked with increasing the visibility of Sennheiser’s trade division through content development and media relations, WE said. Sennheiser worked previously with incumbent agency The PR Room.

BPS briefs WA

The British Psychological Society has taken on WA (formerly Westminster Advisers) as its retained public affairs agency. WA Health will work to engage government and wider stakeholders on the role that psychological evidence and practice can play in policy-making. Other WA Health clients include the Independent Mental Health Services Alliance and the Cycle to Work Scheme.

Redwood wins trio of clients

Real estate specialist agency Redwood Consulting has won three new clients: serviced office provider London Executive Offices, outlet centre group Realm and Oaks Prague, a residential and leisure development project 12 miles from the Czech capital.

Il Gusto hires Clementine

Clementine Communications has been appointed to work with oils, vinegars, spirits and liqueuers retailer Il Gusto. It currently has 10 UK stores, including concessions in Selfridges, and plans to open six more in the coming months.

Rooster briefed for comparison site

Australian financial services comparison site Finder has appointed UK agency Rooster to support its arrival in the British market. Rooster began work on the client at the end of May to continue a good run of form for winning pitches in recent weeks.

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