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Simon Brocklebank-Fowler is the founder and president of Firehouse Communications.

His parents also worked in PR/Communications. His mother Joan Nowland worked for Burson-Marsteller and his father was a director of Lopex. His father, Christopher Brocklebank-Fowler was famously a member of four political parties within 15 years.

Simon Brocklebank-Fowler, who studied Modern History at Cambridge University, had a spell in the Foreign Office as a diplomat and a desk officer in the UK and Spain, before moving into corporate finance, first with Kleinwort Benson, starting in 1986, and then from 1991 with NM Rothschild.

He was a board director at Weber Shandwick and Chief Executive at Citigate Communications before setting up Financial PR agency Cubitt Consulting on 1 January, 1999.

He was there for roughly 20 years before founding Firehouse Communications in April 2018.

Simon Brocklebank-Fowler is a long-term Honorary Visiting Fellow at the Business School (formerly CASS). You can see a talk he gave there on YouTube.

He has been in Ukraine and assisted the evacuation of children to the UK and the export of British equipment to assist the defending forces.

He has written a couple of articles on Ukraine for the Express and an article on morning coats for The Oldie.

He was a Conservative councillor in Westminster City Council and was the defeated Tory candidate for Stockton North in 1992.

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