In brief: Health Unlimited relocates, APCO and One hire, Volpa's Scottish brief

Health Unlimited is relocating to central London, APCO Worldwide hires in Brussels, Volpa handed £44,000 Scottish town brief and more from PRWeek UK.

Health Unlimited relocating to Soho

Health PR agency Health Unlimited is relocating to central London, joining agencies including Nelson Bostock and Fever at Unlimited Group's headquarters in Soho. The move, expected to be finalised by Christmas, is designed to enable Health Unlimited to expand its team and draw on a more diverse pool of expert talent, the agency said. Health Unlimited said the relocation would help its clients benefit from broader expertise from across the group - a rise in inter-group work was reflected in Unlimited's rebrand from Creston last year.

APCO hires Kevin Vindevogel in Brussels

Global agency APCO Worldwide has appointed Kevin Vindevogel as director at its technology practice in Brussels. He has been tasked with growing the agencies list of clients, said Claire Boussagol, chairman and managing director of the Brussels office. Prior to joining APCO Worldwide, Vindevogel was director independent agency cabinet DN, which is also based in Brussels.

Volpa handed £44,000 Scottish town brief

Scottish marketing agency has been awarded a £44,000 contract to create a campaign designed to raise the profile of Perthshire town, Crieff. The year-long campaign includes partnership with the Crieff Succeeds Business Improvement District, as well as £22,000 of funding from Visit Scotland's Growth Fund.

One makes several hires

Sale-based integrated comms agency One has made several new hires and promotions. Adam Friday joins as head of digital, while Louise O'Donoghue has been appointed as senior PR account executive. Alongside this, Alison McLaughlan and Claire Keegan have both been promoted to account director, while Chris Anderson is now art director. Trevor Heywood has been promoted to head of design, and Aaron Starkie has taken the role of lead creative. Meanwhile, client services director Will English has been appointed to the board.

Love Cocoa picks Fanclub PR

Chocolate brand Love Cocoa has appointed Fanclub PR to run its UK press office, following a competitive pitch. James Cadbury, who is related to the founder of confectionary giant Cadbury, established Love Cocoa last year. 

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