In brief: BT internal comms lead joins H+K, wins for TAG and MacComms, Redleaf hires

BT internal comms lead joins H+K, Redleaf hires associate director, TAG wins energy provider, Bookollective picks up Practical and more from PRWeek UK.

BT internal comms lead joins H+K

Victoria Entwistle (pictured above) has joined Hill+Knowlton Strategies London as director of its employee engagement and change management practice, known as 'People + Purpose'. She previously led internal comms for BT TV and BT Sport, and has also worked as the agencies Insidedge and GolinHarris.

Redleaf hires associate director

Redleaf Communications has appointed Laura Westmacott as associate director on its property team. She will focus on the agency's luxury residential portfolio. Before joining Redleaf, Westmacott spent four months at Ketchum in a temporary role, according to her LinkedIn profile. She also spent almost four years at Dubai agency TOH PR between 2012 and 2016.

EnerSys appoints TAG

Stored energy solution provider EnerSys has called in global comms agency Technical Associates Group (TAG) to handle PR for its machinery power business in Europe. The appointment follows a successful six-month project, which saw the agency support EberSys at a number of exhibitions, TAG said.

Two wins at MacComms

Leeds agency MacComms has been appointed to provide PR and marketing support to two Yorkshire firms; vehicle hire firm Arrow Self-Drive and men's fashion brand Vanacci.

Milk & Honey hired by yourfeed

Milk & Honey PR, the corporate brand agency founded by Hudson Sandler veteran Kirsty Leighton, has been appointed to bolster the of yourfeed, a digital skills and careers platforms with a mission to connect two million young people with job opportunities by 2020.

Bookollective picks up Practical Inspiration 

Practical Inspiration Publishing has appointed specialist agency Bookollective, following a competitive pitch. The agency has been tasked with publicising Practical’s full list of titles.

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