Stockholm – 26 August, 2011 – This fall, Coast Communications joins the global job rotation program which the agency was part of creating within the global Public Relations network PRGN. The job rotation program allows consultants and project leaders from PRGN agencies to work at any of the network’s 52 agencies around the world for up to a month.
First out from Coast Communications is Public Affairs consultant Zoë Mutami, 27. During the month of September, Zoë will be working at the Public Affairs agency Athenora Consulting in the heart of Brussels’ EU quarters, a stone’s throw away from the European Parliament. Athenora is one of PRGN’s two Brussels agencies and is headed by professor Stéphane Desselas.
“It’s great that an employer can offer the possibility of working at different offices in the world. The fact that Coast Communications is a small specialized agency working within a global network is one of the main reasons why I chose Coast as my workplace. I very much look forward to the challenges ahead if me in Brussels,” says Zoë Mutami.
Zoë Mutami has a Masters of Laws degree from Uppsala University and studied Masters courses in international relations at Science Po. Paris. She has been with Coast since 2010. She was previously at the Swedish Embassy in Harare, where she has her roots and where her parents reside.
Image: Zoë Mutami, the first of Coast Communications’ consultants to join PRGN’s global job rotation program.
For more information, please contact:
Zoë Mutami, Coast Communications
Tel +46 8 402 98 80, Cell +46 765 36 34 46
KG Rickhamre, MD Coast Communications
Tel +46 8 402 98 85, Cell +46 709 54 91 09
Coast Communications was founded in 2001 and has its own operations in Stockholm and Copenhagen. The agency focus on Public Affairs and Investor Relations and was voted “Best Agency” in Sweden by its clients in the country’s leading trade magazine, Resume, year 2008. Since 2006 Coast is a proud member of PRGN, the global network for independent agencies by invitation only.