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Kevin Soady

Kevin has been working in strategic communications for more than 25 years.

He specializes in designing multi-disciplinary, multi-stakeholder programmes for international clients.

Kevin has been with the company since 2013.

He specializes in designing multi-disciplinary, multi-stakeholder programmes for international clients.

He has been working in strategic communications for more than 25 years.

Starting in market research, he moved to Dewe Rogerson where he began to specialize in multi-disciplinary approaches to designing marketing programmes for many of the world's most successful retail share offers, an area where he is recognized as one of the foremost experts worldwide.

He ran the international team and held the same role at Citigate Dewe Rogerson. Leaving in 2001, Kevin then acted as a management advisor to a number of international corporate and financial PR firms.

He joined M:Communications in 2007 developing multi-disciplinary communications solutions for international corporations addressing investor, media and wider opinion forming audiences.

Kevin joined Kekst CNC in 2013 where he has continued this focus as well as working to develop a specialist data, digital and analytics offering.

Q&A with Kevin

What does success look like to you?

For me success is all about innovation. How can we develop or do something that no-one has done before?

What are you passionate about?

I am passionate about learning more - finding patterns in sets of numbers, understanding more about human behaviour, trying to solve complex problems, finding answers.

What do you like most about CNC?

Kekst CNC has a great culture - lots of inspiring people really enjoying what they do, collaborating, having ideas and working together to design and deliver communications programmes that really do work for clients. I like the office to be noisy and energetic.

What’s the most important thing you’ve learnt from a client?

Question everything...

What would be your favourite travel tip?

As a frequent traveller, I'd never really understood what the coat hangers with the clips that are lined up in all hotel wardrobes were actually meant to be used for. I then discovered that they are perfect for joining the inevitably too small curtains together to at least keep some of the light out...

Contact information


Kekst CNC
63 Turnmill St
London EC1M 5RR
United Kingdom