Reg&Co, the sponsorship and brand partnership agency set up with a mission to ensure that the projects we work with deliver more than purely commercial value, is delighted to announce the appointment of Melissa Woollard as Senior Account Manager.
Karen Morris, Founder says, “Melissa comes to us with extensive experience brokering partnership and sponsorships having worked for media owners across print, digital, TV, radio and events. Prior to Reg&Co Melissa worked as Commercial Manager at Nickelodeon UK (Viacom) working with Sky, The Entertainer, Mattel, Odeon and Universal and before that, at Fun Kids Radio, Melissa worked with a great range of brands including Harper Collins, RHS, HRP, Nintendo, Hasbro, Philips Oralcare, Disney, WWE and Guinness World Records.”
We are delighted to have Melissa on board and she has already made a huge impact on our business from a professional and personal point of view.
2020 has been a tough year for our industry but with new hires comes an exciting boost and passion into the business and a love of music that to date, has been a weakness in all pub quizzes. The team is looking forward to continuing with projects for a number of new clients into 2021 whilst continuing to help existing clients with commercial and sponsorship strategy and acquisition.
Recent projects include;
FT Schools are seeking a lead partner to work with them to engage more schools, develop a personal finance lesson plan for schools and engage student ambassadors to help shape the programme. In light of the recent school closures there is evidence that A level students engaging with the FT and the schools content are at an advantage.
Working with H&M to reward members and employees through a range of brand partnerships with a variety of different partners.
One of Melissa’s first partnerships is Nikon’s sponsorship of Photo London which is happening online from October 7 – 11th and in May 20201 at Somerset House.
VIY are celebrating 10 years of social action – a charity that combines DIY and volunteering by challenging young people aged 14-24 (primarily not in employment, education or training) to help refurbish and improve youth clubs, grassroots sports clubs, community buildings and facilities whilst learning vocational trade skills and employability skills on the job.
To find out more about what we do, and how we might help you find new partners or sponsors please get in touch at email@example.com