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Rising Stars ​30 Under 30 2016: Eilidh Macdonald

In Retail Jeweller’s Rising Stars 30 Under 30 supplement we present the amazing young talent that exists in the industry. Here we look at Eilidh Macdonald.

Eilidh Macdonald

Eilidh Macdonald

Eilidh Macdonald

Account manager

Grove Communications

DOB 09/10/1990 Age 25

Eilidh Macdonald started at Grove Communications in 2013 as the business’s first employee, just after the company had been set up by founder Marie Grove. She has since proved instrumental in growing Grove Communications from a small start-up to a growing boutique PR company, representing both established and global jewellery and watch brands, as well as helping to build successful start-up brands from scratch.

One such fledgling brand that Macdonald has enjoyed success with is watch brand Shore Projects, which has gained a cult following through much of the consumer and trade PR coverage she has secured.

Grove says that Macdonald is incredibly bright, hard-working and a real team player who always goes above and beyond.

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