Revolver sells up to Propaganda

Consumer PR shop Revolver Communications has been bought by Leeds-based marketing agency Propaganda for a ‘six-figure’ cash sum.

The deal sees Propaganda take 90 per cent of Revolver’s shares, with the London agency’s founder and joint MD Martin Ballantine retaining ten per cent and becoming MD/creative director.

Propaganda, a 45-strong outfit founded in 1993, has clients such as Heinz, kitchen manufacturer Symphony and hair product brand ghd.

The agency, which projects a fee income for this year of £4.8m, has a four-strong consumer PR team and three corporate PROs.

Revolver, which has clients such as Ben & Jerry’s, Yahoo! and Stolichnaya, was founded in 1993 and has 14 staff. Its other joint MD, Simon Hesketh, becomes senior planner.

Propaganda MD Melanie Fitzpatrick said that plans included the creation of

Revolver Leeds.

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