As Senior Communications Consultant and UK/EMEA Operations Lead, Kate plays a key role in our integrated communications team. She brings her expertise in behavioural science and strong experience applying it to campaigns for clients. She has worked on award-winning campaigns for leading FMCG clients and extensively for clients in the financial and professional services industries.
Kate joins Enterprise from Hill + Knowlton Strategies in London, UK and brings a strong background in corporate communications, public relations, public affairs and internal communications. She was also an inaugural member of the behavioural science unit, a global initiative, on which she developed and executed creative strategies rooted in behavioural insights for various clients.
WHAT DRIVES ME
“The way we communicate and consume information is constantly changing and we need to be ahead of the game, creatively and strategically, to reach people. I am passionate about looking for new, innovative solutions to communication challenges to ensure clients’ message resonate with desired audiences.”
- Extensive experience working with financial and professional services clients, developing and executing corporate communications, public relations, internal communications and digital strategies and campaigns for clients including RSM, HSBC, Mercer and GIIA, among others
- Project management for major, global internal communications campaigns for Aon and Baker Hughes, a GE company
- Deep knowledge of behavioral science communications and experience executing award-winning campaigns for various clients, including Duracell, HSBC UK and British Cycling.
- Creative execution of award-winning behavioural science campaign for Duracell to launch the Big Battery Hunt across the UK, which engaged over 50 schools and resulted in the collection of over 70,000 batteries
- Strategy development and execution of a behavioural science campaign to promote the newly announced partnership between HSBC and British Cycling through media and digital activations as well as on-the-ground behavioural research across the UK