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Page & Page: How much longer can they keep it a secret?

With the appointment of Paul Townley-Jones as Director of Brand and Strategy and Richard Rizzo-Hills as Senior Account Manager, Page & Page continue to grow the agency’s offering across the widest range of media.



They may be a secret to some but, for those in the know, working with Page & Page has always been a bit special. Their clients appreciate the way they do things, working in a friendly and intimate atmosphere where relationships really do matter - quietly and confidently growing the agency by partnering with clients to achieve their marketing objectives. That’s why they have increasingly been approached by clients for help.

A band of branding, strategy and media folk, the agency was founded by Kate and Stephen Page (Havas Life) and joined in 2017 by Matthew Ross, Creative Director, and Beth Bellis, Business Unit Director (both with Publicis and Havas Life pedigree). The agency has quietly grown with a very clear vision and set of values.

Recently the agency added Richard Rizzo Hills, Senior Account Director, and Paul Townley-Jones, Director of Brand and Strategy, to the leadership team. Paul and Richard have enabled the agency to plan and use the widest possible mix of media as innovatively as possible. Combined with the agency’s insight mining capabilities, and award winning content-driven creativity, this makes Page & Page perhaps the most capable of the smaller, more agile communications offerings available. 

We wonder how much longer they can keep themselves a secret.

After a Business degree majoring in Marketing and Business Management, Paul began a 9-year career in market research before moving across into strategic planning roles in the Omnicom and Havas networks.  It was at Havas that he met and worked with Stephen Page on a key piece of business.  With a keen interest on digital, Paul landed a role at a Sony-owned health technology company where he oversaw the global development of their digital communications business.  Following a brief stint freelancing as a marketing consultant for a well-known Sussex brewery, Paul joined Blue Latitude Health as a Senior Consultant where he specialised in multichannel marketing, also doubling as strategic lead on a key client account.

With an integrated advertising, marketing and media planning background, Richard has for 20 years managed communications programmes for b2b and b2c clients across ATL and BTL campaigns across health, luxury, property, automotive, education, finance, charity, public sector, and travel and tourism sectors. Richard’s specialism is in providing innovative campaigns across all online and offline media channels and environments to ensure strategic and commercial outcomes, and is experienced in providing media planning and buying across all media channels, digital and offline. He is a Google AdWords search certified professional.

26th April 2018

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Page & Page and Partners

+44 (0)20 8617 8250

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76 Calverley Road
Tubridge Wells
Kent
TN1 2UJ
United Kingdom

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