Roaring Mouse Public Relations, a specialist PR agency serving early-stage technology businesses, today announced that it has appointed Paul Coupar-Hennessy as its first Creative Director.
Coupar-Hennessy, who worked for The Guardian in the UK and the AAP in Australia, will lead Roaring Mouse’s content team and bring a journalistic eye to the agency’s creative output. His appointment coincides with a period of sustained growth at Roaring Mouse and reflects increasing demand for support with fully-integrated PR and content campaigns. He has helped Roaring Mouse as a consultant since 2014.
A graduate of the University of Cambridge, Coupar-Hennessy has excellent contacts in the world of business and politics. He will serve in a part-time capacity at Roaring Mouse, combining his role as Creative Director with leadership of The Linacre Institute – a charity promoting social mobility through education in the north of England.
James Taylor, founder and managing director at Roaring Mouse Public Relations, comments: “Paul is possibly the brightest person I know, and certainly the sharpest when it comes to creating quality content that delivers for customers. His understanding of people and how to inform and inspire them will be invaluable to our work.”
Paul Coupar-Hennessy comments: “Roaring Mouse is doing great things helping early-stage technology businesses stand out and achieve their goals through PR and communication. Its commitment to working with customers that make the world of business smarter, fairer and more sustainable is admirable. I am very pleased to be contributing to that mission.”