Copper Consultancy has appointed Hannah Jarrett to the position of Digital and Social Media Manager to provide additional expertise to clients in both paid and earned digital marketing.

Hannah has more than five years of cross-sector experience with global teams delivering high quality social media, event and marketing campaigns. Alongside social media expertise, she is skilled in content marketing, building target audiences and using analytics to optimise marketing campaigns.

Starting with Walt Disney World during her placement year at university, Hannah has worked with global teams in a range of sectors including luxury cruise company Royal Caribbean, and most recently leading the delivery of RSK Group’s social media strategy.

Having joined Copper from RSK Group, Hannah is well versed in the sustainability landscape and understands the complexity of working with a wide variety of clients.

Commenting on her appointment, Hannah said: “The growing demand for public engagement in major infrastructure development and for businesses to build genuine networks means digital has as big a role as ever in helping us reach our target audiences. Keeping my finger on the pulse, as social platforms and digital channels evolve, I am relishing the opportunity to apply my skills and support clients as we all work towards a net zero society and more sustainable economy.”

Annabel Beardsmore, Director, Strategic Communications, said: “With Hannah joining the team, we are able to provide additional value to new and existing clients by amplifying campaigns and messaging through targeted digital and social media. Hannah joins Copper’s strategic communications team and will collaborate with teams across the company to create cohesive marketing messages and reshape the company’s digital approach to help keep clients ahead of the curve.”

Copper’s Strategic Communications team provides public affairs, public relations and corporate strategy support to some of the largest organisations in the UK at the forefront of the UK’s drive to net zero.