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Stamford move for London 29 communications agency which names Prince Harry and Cate Blanchett among its contacts





A London-based PR agency which names Prince Harry among its contacts has chosen to open a second office here.

Communications agency, 29 London, is to open in Willoughby House, Broad Street, and inviting those with ambitions to join the creative and media industry to apply for internships.

It was founded in Shoreditch in 2015 by Francesca Donnellan, who grew up in Leicestershire.

The move to Stamford ties in with a new structure to become a family-run organisation and expand into new areas of marketing.

Francesca is joined by her brother Simon Gamble, who has run a branding design agency for the last 15 years in Stamford and London, and sister Philippa Gee who runs a spirits business in London.

.“It was finally time to bring in my family, who all share similar backgrounds, to propel 29 London even further forward,” said Francesca.

“We are excited to open our second office in Stamford and enjoy splitting our time between the country and the city.

“Stamford is the perfect place to access the UK, visiting clients in Manchester, Coventry, Norfolk and London with ease.

“There’s a great sense of community in Stamford, we’ve loved and getting to know all the local shops and we’re a big supporter of shop Stamford.”

The agency works with global consumer brands and celebrities in PR, events, VIP, influencer, brand communications and development, covering everything from fashion weeks and art shows to music events, sport, and luxury hospitality.

Their contacts include actress Cate Blanchet, TV and radio celebrity Dermot O’Leary, and Prince Harry.



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