Former Glenda Jackson advisor among new hires at Rule 5

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by David Prior

Rule 5 has added three new staff after a series of new business wins and a restructure of accounts.

Colette Burroughs-Rose joins as senior account manager and Lucy Hilton and Emily Sutton as account executives.

Prior to joining the MediaCityUK-based agency, Burroughs-Rose worked with Glenda Jackson MP for 15 years and brings to the agency extensive experience in stakeholder relations and "enviable" relationships in the City and at Westminster.

Hilton is a former journalist with Johnston Press and Trinity Mirror plc, while Sutton has previous experience as a PR and social media executive, working with brands including Selfridges, Zara, Krispy Kreme and Boost Juice Bars.

Rule 5's founding director, Julie Wilson, said: “All three bring a range of valuable and proven skills to the agency, strengthening our offer in business-to-consumer and business-to-business communications. We’re delighted to have Colette, Lucy and Emily on board.”

Rule 5 has recently worked with the likes of Birchwood Price Tools, Fat Lad At The Back and will be promoting the 2016 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in London.