We've snagged two razor-sharp consultants. And we're dead chuffed about it.

Jamie Weeks and Ben Cole increase the size of the team to eight and the panache to 11.

Having landed New Consultancy of the Year (at the PR Week Awards) and becoming fully B Corp Certified, it’s fair to say that October has been a pretty shit-hot month for Don’t Cry Wolf. 

And it’s about to get even better. No, not because it’s the Great British Bake Off final this week. 

But because Jamie Weeks and Ben Cole have joined the team to help us continue to grow sustainably, through doing fantastic work for our wonderful clients (just look at them!)  

Jamie joins Don’t Cry Wolf as Senior Consultant and will bring her cool, calm and unnervingly collected brain to Don’t Cry Wolf’s clients and new business process. She has a shed-ton of relevant experience having worked with clients like The Economist, Stylist Group and Carabao in roles at Speed and W. And, as all that wasn’t enough to make everyone feel inadequate, she’s also quadrilingual and a former pro carriage driver*.  

Ben, Consultant at Don’t Cry Wolf, admits to swearing at his cats and learning wine “through practical study”, but he also cooks and it has been agreed that he will commit to demonstrating this during his probation period. Despite this busy schedule, Ben has also found the time to PR telecoms, B2B tech and cybersecurity companies, having begun his career at Babel PR. He’ll be working with our technology clients and advising them on media strategy and content marketing, whilst developing his skills in SEO and digital marketing. 

Sara Collinge, Don’t Cry Wolf’s Managing Director, said: “It’s blooming obvious that Jamie and Ben are both exceptionally talented comms professionals. But despite their impressive track record, they’ve surprised us with their honesty, open-minded attitude, and total lack of ego. When we find people as smart as these two we don’t let them get away. We’re super excited to have Jamie and Ben join the team and can’t wait to see what we can achieve together.” 

* If there are questions about carriage driving, please send them FAO Jamie Weeks to hello@dontcrywolf.com 


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