Media Bulletin

Communications agency Augur launches

By Staff

21st February 2014

Category: PR

Augur, a communications agency that describes itself as being 'based around context', has been launched by Max Tatton-Brown.

Tatton-Brown founds the company after managing European comms at Tradeshift, a global tech startup, and has previously worked at AxiCom and EML Wildfire. He has written for Wired, and currently writes for The Daily Telegraph.  

Augur, whose name comes from the role of a trusted advisor in classical times who interpreted the will of the Gods through the patterns of birds, is already working with five tech clients, in areas like retail, social/ marketing, collaboration and B2B.

 

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