Marshall Manson

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Comms Leader.

Marshall is a globally-minded communications and marketing leader with more than 25 years
of experience building and managing businesses.

Most recently, Marshall was a partner at Brunswick where he created and helped lead the
firm’s global strategic communications planning community, developing long-term
communications solutions and delivering unconventional creative ideas for clients. He
regularly facilitated workshops for clients to develop communications strategies and explore
audience needs. Marshall also built and led Brunswick’s Digital specialism in the UK,
Europe, Africa, India and other key markets. Finally, Marshall led Brunswick’s global client
satisfaction programme, identifying opportunities and managing sensitive issues at the heart
of some of the firm’s most sensitive and senior relationships.

Marshall has worked across a range of sectors, with particular experience in energy, travel,
retail, financial services, consumer goods, healthcare, and technology.
Before joining Brunswick, Marshall was UK CEO of Ogilvy Public Relations and EMEA
Managing Director of Social, Digital and Content for Ogilvy & Mather. At Ogilvy, Marshall
developed communications strategies clients including for British Airways, BP, Safaricom,
and many others. Marshall was part of the Ogilvy PR global Board of Directors, helping to
set direction for a $350 million company, and was also a member of the Ogilvy Group UK
Board, overseeing a major business with more than 1,500 employees. Marshall led or co-led
several WPP client teams, managing integration communications and marketing activities for
key clients.

Prior to Ogilvy, Marshall was EMEA Managing Director of Digital for Edelman, where he
advised clients like Diageo, the BBC, BAE Systems, and Unilever on digital strategy and

Previously, Marshall worked in U.S. political campaigns for ten years where he wrote
speeches, TV and radio ads, and other communications for candidates and elected officials.
Marshall has lived in London since 2008 and became a British citizen in 2015. He is an
enthusiastic if not very gifted photographer, and is interested in history, politics, travel, and