FOUR HIRES COMMUNICATIONS HEAD FOR PROPERTY UNIT
Integrated marketing agency Four Communications has hired Lindsay Castellana as managing director, PR into its 60-strong property unit which is headed up by group managing director Andrew Jack.
Four recently announced a reorganisation of the business from 17 practices to seven multiservice business units including property. Castellana will join the senior team of the property unit which also includes experts in media, creative, marketing and planning public affairs.
Castellana has more than 15 years of experience in UK and international communications at agencies including brand communications property specialist, Socrates and luxury agency Luchford APM. She has worked across business, lifestyle, trade and luxury sectors. Client experience includes Argent, Adam Ball with FutureCity, Christophe Harbour, Latitude building, the Canaletto building, London and launches for La Reserva de Sotogrande and the Campus at Quinta do Lago. Castellana’s experience also spans sustainable investment.
Four has promoted Geoff Robjent to director, property. Robjent, who joins the property board, is a trained journalist with more than seven years of experience in built environment communications with expertise spanning strategic media relations, crisis management, social media and events. He originally joined Four’s graduate scheme in 2012.
Jack says, “We are pleased to have Lindsay on board. Her international cross-sector expertise will, in particular, strengthen our property PR offering and our senior team across the property business unit. As one of the leading agencies in property marketing and communications we are always keen to welcome people with deep sector knowledge and a love of the industry.”
Four’s property business is worth £6.5m in annual fee income. The agency offers integrated services in the sector spanning media planning and buying, property sales and marketing, PR, events, social media analytics and engagement, community consultation and public affairs planning. Clients include Clarion Housing Group, Grosvenor UK & Ireland, St George, Network Homes and Southbank Tower.