Camelot’s former director of communications, David Rigg, has set up
his own consultancy following his departure from the lottery operator
Rigg, who has named his agency Project Associates, will provide high
level advice to corporate clients on media and political relations. He
is currently in discussions with a number of companies but could not yet
confirm any clients.
Rigg said that he had been approached by a number of companies and
agencies after his decision to leave Camelot was announced in August,
but ultimately decided he wanted to be ’a practitioner rather than a
’I want to keep the business small, with perhaps ten clients in a couple
of years’ time. I’ve no intention of building an empire,’ Rigg told PR
Rigg’s decision to resign from Camelot in August came as a surprise and
followed the furore in May over ’fat cat’ bonuses for Camelot
His role was split between head of public affairs, Louise White, and
head of parliamentary affairs, Richard Brown.