Felicity Stredder and Shreya Hiwale join the B2B PR consultancy as it continues to grow its service offerings
B2B PR consultancy Meantime Communications, which specialises in the global logistics, tech, and fintech industries, has appointed Felicity Stredder and Shreya Hiwale to the team.
Felicity joins as Account Manager and brings over six years’ experience in air cargo publishing, most recently as Deputy Editor of Air Logistics International and Ground Handling International.
Shreya has recently completed an MSc. in Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science and joins as Account Executive.
“It is an exciting time to be joining Meantime, as we look to expand our service offerings and continue to grow our customer base,” said Felicity.
“We will be launching two new products this autumn to support both the many tech start-ups in in our industry and Associations with a membership seeking to benefit from greater media exposure.”
Shreya brings social media expertise, having worked across a range of popular digital platforms as well as being involved in influencer marketing and SEO copywriting.
“Digital is core to brand awareness and development and there are so many opportunities to develop engaging content, which can support our customers’ communication objectives,” said Shreya.
“I will be bringing my experience with social media to work for our logistics and tech customers to help them find new and innovative ways of engaging with their audiences.”
Meantime has a focus on a sustainable business model with a people, planet, profit drive and has started offering clients guidance on conveying sustainable messages about their business.
From 2022, Meantime will also offer consultancy on how to achieve a range of sustainability certifications as well as how to introduce achievable sustainability targets.
“The last 18 months have focused everyone’s minds on the importance of building a collaborative, sustainable working environment for us all,” said Emma Murray, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Meantime Communications.
“That means companies need to have a policy and vision as well as tangible commitments in place and they need to communicate these to external and internal stakeholders to ensure buy in and to encourage take up.
“Meantime is stepping up to support our clients to achieve both communication goals and tangible sustainability goals.”
Meantime Communications is a Climate Positive Workforce powered by Ecologi, which helps us compensate for our individual and business carbon footprint by planting trees in Africa and the UK, as well as funding carbon reduction projects around the world.
To date, Meantime has planted 3500 trees offsetting 164.31 tonnes of CO2 as part of the scheme.
“The Meantime Forest initiative is just one example of sustainability in practice with a scheme which makes carbon offsetting achievable for businesses of any size,” said Emma.
Meantime will be launching its Sustainability in Practice service in the New Year.