Rufus Leonard Joins Harbour Collective
Harbour Collective today announces Rufus Leonard as its new design and technology partner.
Harbour is an independent communications consultancy that sits at the heart of a collective of 14 specialist agencies and 500+ experts. Harbour Collective’s group of independents work together on multiple shared clients to combine skillsets across data and insight, media, content creation, engagement, experience, and delivery.
Paul Hammersley, managing partner of Harbour says: “Harnessing digital to deliver the brand promise across the customer experience is critical; Rufus Leonard are an agency that truly makes this happen. At Harbour we use the talent at our disposal within the Collective to build the perfect team for our clients. We’re excited to welcome Rufus Leonard into this mix. They are innovators that successfully balance the edginess of an independent agency with the experience of a 30-year young, established business.”
Rufus Leonard CEO, Laurence Parkes says: “This is a unique partnership that means we’re able to extend our team to help our clients access quality expertise from this trusted network. Our clients can benefit from both Rufus’ multidisciplinary team and a bespoke wider team of experts that can scale and flex to suit their needs. It mirrors clients’ evolving desire to work with partners that can deliver big thinking and quality execution while flexing painlessly as they continuously navigate change.”
Rufus Leonard’s appointment completes Harbour Collective’s ‘Engagement & Experience’ capability. The Collective’s other complementary agencies include: Curious, Digital Natives, Happy Days, Just So, Kite Insights, Live & Breathe, M.i. Media, Pintarget, PrettyGreen, Soul, TCO, The Producers and Unit9.
Harbour was originally founded in 2017 by Paul Hammersley, with Mick Mahoney and Kevin Chesters joining in April 2019. Harbour client wins over the last twelve months have included John Lewis, Fitbit, The Gym, McCarthy Stone & The Athletic.