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About freud communications

Adiversity of work and strong team spirit allows Freud Communications employees the freedom to develop their strengths. “You never know what’s around the corner as far as projects are concerned,” says associate board director Kinvara Carey. “You are continually challenged and pushed to give your best.” Carey’s colleagues agree, our survey shows, and say their jobs are good for personal growth (an 82% positive score). Their teams give them a buzz

(78%) and they feel they can make a difference in the organisation (79%).

The work is stimulating too (85%). The London-based agency has built up a strong reputation since it was founded in 1990, undertaking marketing and communications projects for consumer brands, public sector bodies and global corporations. Progression is clear, with 15 of the 21 senior managers being internal appointments. Staff say senior leaders truly live the values of the agency


They are excited about the direction of the company (85%) and have a great deal of faith in founder Matthew Freud (86%), finding him inspiring (87%). “Perhaps the most important thing about the company is that we allow people the freedom to do what they are exceptional at, but support them in their areas of weakness and vulnerability. It is out of this balance that creativity flows,” Freud says. Freud employees say the experience gained is valuable for the future (86%), and that they love the company (82%) and are proud to work for it (89%).

What is it like to work for freud communications


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