Susan Keogh Appointed Communications Consultant at Cicero/Amo
6th December 2021
Cicero/amo, the corporate communication and public affairs agency of Havas Village, has appointed Susan Keogh, broadcaster with 16 years’ experience in Irish media, as a Communications Consultant.
Susan joins Cicero/amo after 11 years working for Communicorp, where she worked across Today FM and Newstalk, most recently presenting Newstalk Breakfast.
She will work across Cicero/amo’s Irish and international client accounts providing strategic communications support, media training and consultancy.
Commenting, Susan Keogh, Communications Consultant, said: “I am delighted to be joining Cicero/amo which is part of a global network of agencies through Havas Village. While Cicero/amo only opened its Irish operation three years ago, the company has some really exciting and innovative clients on the books that require domestic, EU and global communications support. As part of our integrated offer, we now work across multiple teams providing a full suite of communication services to clients in many markets.
“Cicero/amo and Havas has gone from strength-to-strength despite the impact of the pandemic and is one of the most exciting agencies in the Irish market. I am thrilled to be joining the team and look forward to using my broadcast and media experience to help clients better communicate their message and get their voices heard.”
Aideen Ginnell, Director, Cicero/amo, said: “Cicero/amo’s acquisition in 2020 by Havas Village has really turbo-charged our ability to support our domestic clients and to provide consultancy on a global level.
“Susan joining the team is really a game changer for us as she brings a new level of expertise to our corporate communications offering, which has been proving invaluable for clients to date. Her ability to communicate and shape messages and understand what is important to businesses and organisations from an internal perspective is really rare and we are just privileged to have her join us and help grow and expand our Irish base”.