Ian Fannon

Campaigns Director

Ian has 20 years experience in journalism and communications. He's developed award-winning campaigns across the public and voluntary sector, including for the British Heart Foundation, Department of Health and TV Licensing. He's led large in-house teams at the MS Society and Teenage Cancer Trust, overseeing various campaigns from major fundraising appeals to policy and behaviour change initiatives.

Ian likes to still think of himself as sporty, but these days is less likely to be found making home runs for the softball team and more likely to be seen wading around the shallow end with his two small children.

Ian's Blog Posts

Campaign of the Month: Dry January

I’ve just turned 40. Cue a predictable period of introspection and various optimistic promises to myself to finally get fit, read more, see more of my friends and generally be better at life. The fact this has happened in January only magnifies the effect: we’re talking New Year’s Resolutions ++. One thing I haven’t pledged…

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Moving workplace mental health higher up the agenda

How do you get busy business leaders to care about the mental health of their staff? We recently worked with Mind, the mental health charity, to develop a communications strategy to drive businesses towards two new workplace mental health products: a website for businesses of all sizes looking to better support the mental health of…

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