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Founder of London Fields PR firm Munch is youngest ever winner of industry prize

PUBLISHED: 15:18 01 November 2018 | UPDATED: 08:25 02 November 2018

Lizzie, centre, and the Munch PR team with their award.

Lizzie, centre, and the Munch PR team with their award.

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The founder of a London Fields PR firm has become the youngest ever agency boss to pick up a prestigious industry prize.

Lizzie Earl, founder of Munch, photographed in their office in Broadway Market. Picture: Simon JacobsLizzie Earl, founder of Munch, photographed in their office in Broadway Market. Picture: Simon Jacobs

Lizzie Earl, who runs Munch PR in Westgate Street, was presented with PRWeek’s New Consultancy of the Year award in October.

At just 31, the trade publication reckons the former Disney worker is the youngest ever to do it.

Lizzie, who founded Munch two years ago, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled.

“The team and I have worked tirelessly over the past couple of years delivering creative work and phenomenal results for our big brand and start-up clients, so it’s fantastic for this to be recognised by such a prestigious award.

“We’re excited for what we’re going to achieve in the years to come – we’re only just getting started.”

Deputy editor at PRWeek John Harrington said: “It’s not unusual for PR professionals to start their own venture after years working in-house or agency-side.

“What is unusual in Lizzie’s case is to do so at such a young age, and have such a positive start.”

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