Lord Bell joins the ICCO Hall of Fame

The International Communications Consultancy Organisation (ICCO) is pleased to announce that Lord Bell, former communications advisor to Margaret Thatcher and Founder of Bell Pottinger and Sans Frontières, has been selected as an inductee into the ICCO Hall of Fame.

Introduced in 2003, ICCO’s Hall of Fame represents an exclusive recognition of the exceptional progress its members have made towards the internationalisation of the public relations industry.

Francis Ingham, Chief Executive of ICCO, said: “ICCO’s Hall of Fame is our pantheon of PR legends -and inviting somebody to join it is our way of acknowledging and thanking those who have shaped our industry. Tim Bell created modern PR. He elevated our work from the peripheral to the very heart of every organisation’s endeavours. So we are incredibly proud that he today joins the ICCO Hall of Fame.”

Other recent inductees include: Karen Van Bergen, Chief Executive Officer, Omnicom Public Relations Group; Jack Martin, Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hill+Knowlton Strategies; and David Gallagher, President, Growth and Development, International, Omnicom Public Relations Group.

The award presentation and drinks reception will take place tonight (13th April 2017) at Ellwood Atfield Gallery from 6:30pm.

PRCA members and partners are welcome to attend.

For more information, please contact charlene.corrin@iccopr.com.