Red Marlin expands automotive expertise with new appointment

Following an ambitious period of growth, automotive communications specialist, Red Marlin, has created a new senior role to support its expanding client roster.

Indeed, the Leamington Spa based agency has appointed Harriet Evans as account director to support its motorsport, technology and corporate clients.

As a trained journalist and communications specialist, Harriet has experience creating and leading PR and internal communications strategies in the premium automotive and charity sectors.

Before joining Red Marlin, Harriet spent five years at Jaguar Land Rover, working in the PR, corporate affairs and events teams in the West Midlands. Harriet also worked in the European headquarters in Frankfurt to support international product launches. Most recently, she was the global communications lead for the company’s 12,000-strong engineering and research department, working directly for the board to deliver internal and external communications strategies during a period of transformation in the business.

Throughout her career Harriet has built on her studies in journalism and law to work on key projects in technology communications, electrification, legislation changes and future mobility.

Commenting on her new role, Harriet said:

“I am thrilled to be joining Red Marlin – the team has a great deal of experience and expertise in the sector, and each member clearly has a passion for compelling storytelling and delivering the best for our clients. I cannot think of a more exciting time in the industry to be joining an agency with such a strong reputation in automotive and mobility communications.”

Managing director and founder of Red Marlin, Danny Rughoobeer, added:

“We’re looking forward to having Harriet onboard, bringing a wealth of added knowledge of the industry to help further develop our growing team through this significant period for the company.”


To find out more about Red Marlin, get in touch at or call 01926 832 395.

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