Damson is an international PR consultancy with a unique capability.  London based, globally focused, Damson works with a diverse range of clients, from listed companies to some of the leading lights in the cultural sector.

Our flexibility and understanding of the need for bespoke and flexible approaches to projects make us an ideal partner with whom to work. We have a unique and wide ranging experience which serves our clients well. With a solid basis in international business, cultural and finance press, our team has worked with international names through to niche and luxury concerns.

We operate internationally with clients across Europe, the US and the Middle East.

Damson provides the following services:

  • Media Relations and Press Campaigns
  • National and International Press Print and Digital Campaigns
  • Social Media and Digital Strategies and Implementation
  • Communicating Brand Development
  • Events – Press, Investor and Brand, Organisation and Hosting
  • Website and other content creation
  • Charity and celebrity event organisation


Damson’s founder, Abigail Stuart-Menteth, has worked in communications for over 30 years, with experience across high profile cultural and corporate campaigns, including the inaugural exhibition at the launch of Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery and the launch and IPO of Chinese media distribution company PCG Entertainment plc.

Abigail has experience across CSR, luxury, fashion, culture and arts PR, B2B PR, IPOs and significant experience working across the international NGO community. She has worked on campaigns for and with a wealth of names from Greenpeace International, Amnesty International, the International Red Cross, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, RMC, Siemens, BMW, from UN agencies UNEP and ILO through to MTV.  Her luxury and lifestyle campaigns include running campaigns for Johnstons of Elgin, the Household Cavalry Foundation, Nicky Clarke and more.

Abigail is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) and a Member of the Institute of Public Relations. She won a PR Week award for her work with WWF on their international forests campaign.