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FieldHouse opens Cambridge office


By Mike Scialom


Debbie Mayhew is heading up FieldHouse Associates Cambridge office
Debbie Mayhew is heading up FieldHouse Associates Cambridge office

Impact brand in city fronted by Debbie Mayhew

PR and communications specialist – and ex-BBC journalist – Debbie Mayhew is running the new Cambridge office of FieldHouse Associates, the award-winning specialist communications and growth consultancy for the innovation and investment ecosystem.

Debbie, who worked at Cambridge Consultants for five years, said of the new city firm: “The team’s understanding of founders, tech entrepreneurs, investors and innovators means FieldHouse knows how to tell their stories to make an impact.

“Now, for the first time, its winning formula of strategic counsel combined with effective execution is available on the doorstep of the Cambridge tech community.”

Cordelia Meacher, managing director of FieldHouse Associates, said: “Today marks an exciting new chapter in the FieldHouse success story. Our new office will enable us to better serve our growing list of Cambridge clients – and help even more tech cluster companies make an impact in the innovation space.

“Our services range from helping clients grow their customer base, launch new products and services or build their employer brand when hiring – to raising their profile with investors when they are working towards a new funding round or their exit. What they all have in common is that they are defined by the specific objectives the clients want to achieve, the audiences they want to reach – and the impact they want to have on the market.”



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