Jordan plans own agency

Burson-Marsteller UK CEO Jonathan Jordan is planning to launch a strategic communications agency when he quits B-M next month.

As revealed on (12 January), Jordan is leaving the agency after seven years.

B-M has lined up former Labour Party general secretary Matt Carter to take over the top UK role. Carter left Labour in 2005, and co-founded market research firm Penn, Schoen & Berland Associates.

On his new venture, Jordan said it would 'help organisations respond to changes in industry with new methodologies to help manage reputation more effectively'.

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