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With nearly 20 years of experience in the B2B technology PR and marketing space, Rich has worked with some of the world’s largest tech companies and most interesting challenger brands.
After cutting his teeth in mobile, where he claims to have influenced Iraq’s choice of communications technology, Rich has also worked extensively across the enterprise tech and fintech industries. He’s a member of the PRCA’s PR and Communications Council and loves judging PR and marketing awards.
Outside of work, Rich laments his failed wakeboarding career and has developed an almost unhealthy obsession with running.
Paul is COO and Head of Mobile & Telecoms at CCgroup. He has worked in mobile & telecoms PR and integrated communications for more than fifteen years. He is responsible for the daily operation of CCgroup and the management and development of CCgroup’s mobile & telecoms client portfolio.
Outside of work, Paul spends most of his free time helping to raise a young family, trying to stay fit and justifying the ongoing failure of his favourite football and rugby teams.
Aisling is CCgroup’s Finance Director. She has worked in the media industry for more than 10 years, previously having supported numerous agencies within Publicis Groupe. She originally trained as a Chartered Accountant at Deloitte in Dublin. Aisling has a wealth of commercial, financial, strategic and operational experience and is passionate about helping businesses grow and achieve their ambitions.
Outside of work, Aisling is kept busy by her two young daughters who make her smile every day.
Diane is a B2B technology communications expert whose work has encompassed strategic client counsel, message development, public relations strategy and media relations, thought leadership strategy, marketing communications planning and creation, brand building, investor and M&A communications, and executive communications.
Her deep understanding of the telecommunications ecosystem is the result of having served as director of global public relations for Syniverse Technologies, as well as by working with a myriad of other telecom-focused companies, including Globecomm Systems, RacoWireless (acquired by KORE Wireless), Windstream (Business), Ipoque, ZipWhip, BlueBox Software (acquired by Lookout), and Stratix. Diane also is a former associate professor who taught public relations, journalism, and business writing for Central Texas College and for the University of Maryland University College-Europe. She has earned a master’s degree in journalism with a public relations emphasis from Marshall University and a bachelor’s degree in mass communications from the University of South Florida.
Katie has more than seventeen years experience in B2B tech PR, with a mix of in-house and agency experience. Since starting her career in the IBM press office, she’s worked for a number of companies across the tech sector, from large multinationals to start-ups. She’s led UK, EMEA and global communications programmes for the likes of Cisco, Fujitsu, Unisys, VMWare, Applix, Remedy, Onyx and Arbor Networks. Katie joined CCgroup in December 2017 and brings a passion for helping her clients deliver effective messages to the right audiences, in a compelling way. Outside of work, Katie likes hiking up mountains, binge watching TV series and discovering new craft gins.
Daniel has more than ten years’ experience in B2B technology PR and heads up CCgroup’s FinTech division. He is responsible for the strategic direction of client marketing communications programmes and ensuring that they meet business objectives.
Daniel’s passion is commercially-driven marketing communications that make a tangible impact on awareness, sales and overall company value. Daniel has worked with a range of FinTech organisations ranging from nimble start-ups to major industry brands including AllClear ID, Mitek, SafeCharge, Signicat, VeriFone and Visa.
Daniel has an unhealthy obsession with the impact of the blockchain on financial services, topped only by his relentless pursuit of the most sour confectionery in the world.
Duncan started working life in the Nuclear Physics Labs at Oxford University, working on projects including CERN, and the ATSR space instruments. In 1998, he entered the world of B2B technology PR, where he has been ever since.
Duncan has a natural passion for science and technology and has put this to good use, leading PR and communications work for leading technology innovators such as ARM, IBM, HP, Nortel and InterDigital, covering everything from intellectual property in semiconductors and telecoms, to networks, imaging and storage.
Outside work, Duncan is an enthusiastic “home chef” and music collector. He also volunteers as a crew member for Chiswick Lifeboat and chairs its fundraising team.
Over the last 20 years, hundreds of technology and solution providers have worked with Duncan Chapple to develop insight and advocacy from industry analysts. After working as an analyst and consultant at Ovum, Europe’s largest analyst firm, he held senior analyst relations roles in Omnicom, Deloitte, Octopus Group and Kea Company. He has co-authored two books on analyst relations.
In his spare time, Duncan is an active alumnus of the University of California at Los Angeles, King’s College London and London Business School. He also volunteers with the Analyst Observatory at the University of Edinburgh Business School, advising on the annual Analyst Value Survey and Analyst Firm Awards.
Anais is a Account Director at CCgroup working across various divisions, with a particular focus on the Mobile and Telecoms sector. In this role, she is responsible for content creation, media relations, as well as account and campaign planning and management.
Florie is Account Director and Head of Cybersecurity at CCgroup and brings more than a decade of PR and Marketing experience, predominantly in enterprise technology and security. A native of France, she studied PR, Marketing and Events both in Paris and London and has since then worked with all size of businesses within the B2B technology sector, for which she has developed and managed media relations and content marketing campaigns and led EMEA hubs.
Florie spends her days at CCgroup providing structure to any project she is working on, pitching stories, creating marketing content or media relations strategies while expanding the agency’s portfolio and managing a team. As the Deputy Head of Enterprise Technology, she is also the strategic lead and international coordination manager for all the stream’s clients.
She is also a keen runner and has for objective to complete all Abbott World Marathon Majors in the next couple of years.
Chloe has been working in B2B technology PR since 2011, with experience in telecoms, mediatech and enterprise tech. During her career she has worked with a variety of players across these industries—from companies focused on WiFi management, through to content delivery networks, unified communications, virtual reality and augmented reality, 5G and IoT.
Chloe has a particular interest in emerging and innovative technology that can make a real impact on the world and change how we live, work or play. She has developed and delivered successful PR campaigns for companies to drive brand awareness, generate sales leads and meet each individual business’ key objectives.
To bring some balance, Chloe is also a lover of trash TV, red wine and all kinds of dessert.
Andrea is a nationally-commended, full-stack comms strategist and marketer, who specialises in fintech. A Royal Society of Arts fellow with a background in national news and radio, Andrea’s media networks help her to regularly secure tier 1 and trade coverage for fintechs from start-up to scale-up, through to Series E. She has created and championed newsworthy content on behalf of incumbent financial corporations and early stage B2B BaaS, SaaS, personal finance and crypto brands alike.
With a consultative approach to client partnerships, Andrea extracts strong brand stories and PR messaging for use in proactive comms campaigns, funding rounds and reactive work. Through knowledge-sharing and coaching, she builds crisis comms protocols and ensures teams are kept abreast of potential obstacles and regulatory changes affecting the PR function.
When she’s not swotting-up on all things fintech, you will find her poring over skincare blogs and having varying degrees of success with homemade face masks! Come summertime, Andrea takes as many trips abroad as she can fit in or builds staycations around long walks in Kew Gardens and ‘Instagrammable’ rooftop eateries.
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