In brief: Content chief launches agency, wins for Hatch and Jargon, Ranieri-BlueJam partnership

Ex-4media Group content chief launches agency, Ranieri in content partnership, Hatch scoops ice cream brand, and more from PRWeek UK.

Former 4media Group content chief launches agency

Jamie Stanley, former head of content at 4media Group, has launched PR and marketing agency Fall of Man. The agency, which officially launched last week, has clients including start-up furniture business Grain on its roster. Before founding Fall of Man, Stanley was head of content at React Communications between February and August this year.

Ranieri in content partnership

The tech agency Ranieri has entered into a strategic partnership with BlueJam Media, a London-based content marketing agency founded in 2015. The pair will work together on current and prospective client briefs, the first being the launch of boxing performance tracker Corner. Ranieri is part of Stockholm-listed The Marketing Group and recently promoted Sarah Tokeley to MD as it integrates new acquisition Reflexion Publique, which is based in Paris.

Jargon bags retail tech work

The French tech firm Convertize has appointed Jargon PR to raise its profile through thought leadership, profiling and news. Convertize is a retail tech provider that offers a persuasion-based optimisation platform alongside conversion rate optimisation services.

Hatch scoops ice cream brand

Protein ice cream brand Koupe has appointed Hatch Communications to handle its launch to the wider UK market. Koupe, which was founded in Holland in 2015, launched for the first time in the UK through online retailer Ocado.

Charnley hired by vlogger

Em Ford, the beauty vlogger behind the My Pale Skin social channel, has appointed Charnley Communications to increase her presence within UK media. The consultancy was set up at the start of the year by publicist Christopher Charnley, who had previously worked in-house at Cineworld and Nando's. It will work alongside Ford's agent James Grant.

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