Huddersfield PR and communications firm, KC Communications, has welcomed three new members of staff as it sets out to increase turnover by 25% in the next 12-months following a raft of client wins in the tech, property and recruitment sectors at the start of the year.

Joining the firm are Account Director, Ellis Noble from Jaywing PR and Junior Account Managers, Megan Booth from A-Safe and Kayleigh Morgan from Metro Rod.

Ellis will assume responsibility for overseeing the client services team and leading on key accounts including, Marshalls Mill, Poppleton & Appleby Northern and some of the firm’s new client wins.

Megan and Kayleigh both bring valuable experience from the manufacturing and construction sectors and will play a vital role in the development and implementation of client communication strategies.

The trio’s appointment follows a strong end to the first half of the firm’s financial year in which operating profits have increased by 381% versus the same period last year.

Commenting on the appointments, Managing Director, Katrina Cliffe said “I am delighted to welcome Ellis, Megan and Kayleigh to the team. Joining in the midst of a pandemic they have all had the opportunity to demonstrate the attributes I was looking for when recruiting for their roles. Results achieved so far during this period have surpassed my expectations, and even with the current challenges facing all at the moment, I am confident for what the future might hold”.

Ellis commented further: “I’m thrilled to be joining the talented team at KC Communications, although I’m yet to make the most of the new office space! The agency plays such an important role for many businesses across Huddersfield and West Yorkshire, and I’m looking forward to helping them continue the amazing work they do in the region”.

KC Communications was founded in 2014 and works with clients including Round Foundry & Marshalls Mill, Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network (Propel@YH), Poppleton & Appleby Northern, Sheards Accountancy, Heald Ltd and many more.