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Red Marlin bolsters digital capacity with new account executive

Following an ambitious period of growth, global automotive communications specialist, Red Marlin, has appointed Rhys Denham as its new account executive. 

Rhys worked as an English teacher for 11 years, with seven of those as a successful Head of Department before making the decision to switch careers into PR. Originally trained as a journalist with a specialism in the sports industry, Rhys brings with him experience in long-term strategic planning as well as strong communication skills. 

Rhys has also previously volunteered as a regional advocate for registered charity, LitDrive whose aims are to support English teachers in creating a better balance with their workload. Following his appointment at Red Marlin, he switched his role and now volunteers as the charity’s lead communications analyst.  

Commenting on his new role, Rhys said: “I am excited to be joining the team at Red Marlin. After teaching young people for so long on how to be an effective storyteller, I am looking forward to putting what I taught into practice myself. I know that the wealth of industry experience on offer to assist me during this career pivot will enable me to succeed.” 

Managing Director and founder of Red Marlin, Danny Rughoobeer, added: “Although new to the world of PR, Rhys is a proven communicator, having to explain complex ideas and concepts in a fresh, engaging manner daily. These skills and experience, along with his journalist training, make him a perfect addition to the Red Marlin team and we are looking forward to him making a positive impact. 

To find out more about Red Marlin, get in touch at hello@redmarlin.co.uk or call 01926 832 395. 

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