Copper, the specialist infrastructure, property and built environment communications consultancy, has continued its recruitment drive with the appointment of two new London team members.

Eden Musyoki joins Copper as an Account Executive, bringing expertise in research, data analysis and stakeholder engagement. During his career, Eden has held roles in Her Majesty’s Civil Service and the media production industry, as well as public policy consultancy.

Eden said of his appointment: “I’m excited about my new role and keen to involve myself in the many infrastructure and development projects that Copper works on to deliver better results for communities throughout the UK.”

Junior Account Executive, Ceyda Dag, joins the team with her extensive international experience, coupled with a background in corporate strategy and the law. She has previously been involved with property development projects, alongside working in communications for international brands.

Ceyda added: “I’m eager to start putting my skills to work for the firm and look forward to working with the Copper team in creating meaningful change through a range of development schemes.”

Copper is a leading UK communications agency, specialising in supporting the planning and delivery of major infrastructure and development projects. In addition to fast growing operations in London, Copper has Birmingham and Bristol offices, which are also recruiting for new staff to deliver high profile projects.

Ben Heatley, Director at Copper, said: “We are delighted to welcome these two recruits who both bring a wide variety of skills and experience that will help contribute to Copper’s expansion throughout the country.”

“Recruitment is ongoing at junior and senior level as we continue to grow as a business and win more nationally significant projects across the UK through organic growth and new client wins.”