TGC Strengthens Team with Two Key New Hires

7 months ago

The new hires will help the TGC team as it continues to grow

This Generation Communications (TGC) has announced two new appointments that will help drive the PR firm through a period of growth.

Stepping into the role of senior account director is Megan Walsh and Finbarr Quinn joins as special projects and events executive. Megan joins the business with over seven years’ experience in journalism and communications and will take the lead on some of TGC’s key accounts including Sedulo, Huyton Asphalt, Legacie Developments and RWinvest. 

She said: “It’s a really exciting time for TGC and I’m delighted to be joining the team in what has been a significant move for my own PR career. TGC has got some great things lined up for the upcoming months and I’m looking forward to making my mark in this new role.”

We have big ambitions for the future of TGC and believe the collective experience of Megan and Finbarr will help us to achieve our business goals

Daniel Hughes

With his background in marketing and event management, Finbarr will be responsible for the partnerships and production of TGC events including Football For Change and the Women’s Football Awards.

Finbarr commented: “It’s been great to join TGC ahead of some of the incredible events and projects we have coming up. I can’t wait to get stuck in alongside the team.”

The pair join TGC at an important time for the business and will help the team grow its award-winning portfolio, which includes campaigns such as The Oliver King Foundation, British LGBT Awards and the National Ethnicity Awards, to name a few. 

Daniel Hughes, TGC founder and managing director, said: “We have big ambitions for the future of TGC and believe the collective experience of Megan and Finbarr will help us to achieve our business goals. We are delighted to welcome the pair to our growing team and look forward to the year ahead.”

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