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This week's mobile movers and shakers

mobile movers and shakers
Zen Terrelonge


Industry / Job Moves / January 25th 2013 at 12:33PM

It's like Where's Wally, but we tell you where the execs are hiding.

The mobile space is booming and companies are expanding all the time, so this dedicated feature is designed to keep you updated with new hires.

Speed Communications/FieldHouse Associates

Former Speed Communications mobile duo Neil Robertson and Nicole Hudspith, who contributed to the company winning Best PR Agency at the ME Awards 2012, have joined FieldHouse Associates.

Founded by Cordelia Meacher in April last year, FieldHouse specialises in corporate, B2B, tech, digital, and mobile markets, and aims to further its reach with the two new hires.

Cordelia Meacher, MD and founder of FieldHouse Associates, said: "The last ten months, since the launch of FieldHouse Associates, have been fantastic, working with awesome clients like EVRYTHNG, blur Group, and MMC Ventures - and I can't thank everyone enough for their support.

"As the only agency specialising in tech, enterprise and investment it seems we have hit a sweet spot!  I'm absolutely delighted to now welcome Neil Robertson and Nicole Hudspith to help me build the business, and in particular to focus on mobile.  Both of them have significant knowledge and expertise, and are full of energy and drive, and I know that FieldHouse is on the cusp of explosive growth.  It's exciting times!"

AeroMobile/Rooster PR

In-flight mobile communications specialist AeroMobile has chosen travel and lifestyle agency Rooster PR to lead its social media campaign in 2013.

Seven-year-old Aero is behind the technology that allows passengers to user their mobiles safely while flying at 30,000 feet. Rooster has been tasked with producing more B2B exposure for the firm, also encouraging more consumers to use their smartphones and tablets when in the air.

Kevin Rogers, head of revenue development at AeroMobile, said: "At AeroMobile we have seen accelerated growth over the last 12 months, as more and more consumers want to use their smartphones in the sky. We’re delighted to have Rooster on board as we step up our activity in the UK and we look forward to announcing more airline and operator partners over the coming months."

James Brooke, MD, Rooster, added: "AeroMobile is at the forefront of an exciting industry and we’re delighted to be working with the team in the UK. We live in an increasingly connected world and consumers expect to be able to use their smartphones whenever, wherever. AeroMobile is set to make inflight connectivity the norm."

Existing Aero partners include Emirates, Virgin Atlantic, and more.