Our exciting new hires add to our team’s B2B, Consumer and Creative capabilities and comes as a vote of confidence in the company’s health and their crucial consulting role for clients.
As well as three new faces, familiar talent has been recognised and promoted to a position of strategic oversight. Katie Palmer, who joined from STV in 2020 has seen success in campaign strategy and delivery for existing clients as well as bringing on new business in 2021. Katie will now help guide Hollicom and their clients through a post-pandemic recovery and subsequently to new strengths. Her team has expanded with the addition of Eilidh Robertson on the Consumer PR side of Hollicom.
Eilidh joined Hollicom in 2021. A graduate from Edinburgh Napier University with an honours degree in Social Sciences specialising in Psychology and Sociology, she brings a strategic sociological approach to her understanding of brands, audiences and consumer trends. Having lived and studied in both Edinburgh and San Diego as well as travelling around Bali, she has discovered some of the best places to eat, drink and experience all around the world, bringing a passion for gastronomy and the finer things in life to the consumer team. A social media enthusiast, she has been persuading the whole team to download TikTok from the moment she joined.
Murray Glen joined Hollicom in January after spending his first six months after graduating from the University of Dundee working in NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division in Brussels. After working on the Alliance’s communications, he has returned to his native Glasgow to join Hollicom’s B2B team. He has already worked extensively with The Beatson Cancer Charity’s MRI appeal and continues to support legal, financial and welltech clients with their strategic communications.
Diana Quintana Catano is a visual artist who gained her degree from the prestigious National University of Arts in Argentina where she specialised in the Sociology of Imagery and Digitalisation. She has a long history in studying and teaching social communications and audio visual productions. Her work with NGOs and foundations in visual projects and information dissemination have allowed her to develop graphic and pictorial communication strategies with different audiences through research. With advice and contributions for publications sponsored by organizations such as UNICEF Colombia, Diana has managed to participate in project productions for training and teaching new educational strategies in the history of the arts and aesthetics at the National University of Arts in Bueno Argentina and the Recoleta Cultural Centre. Diana joined Hollicom in 2021 and has been in Glasgow for two years (one in lockdown!) and is looking forward to exploring everything Scotland has to offer with her young family.