We are pleased to announce key appointments to further strengthen our position as a global leader in automotive, motorsport and environmental communications. Christopher Foster and Anthony Hornsby join the company, as we continue to invest in talent to drive growth. Prova’s global footprint continues to expand with businesses from Dubai, France and the USA joining our client list.
Christopher Foster joins the team as Chief Operating Officer and will be working on business operations, strategy and growth. Christopher, who directed the accounts for pan-European EV charging network IONITY and ABB’s title sponsorship of Formula E while at Influence Associates, brings an unrivalled skillset, having also worked at Honda F1, Ferrari and Zytek. He previously held the position of Operations Director at Market Engineering, recently acquired by Newspress, where he first worked with Anthony.
“I have known Richard and the team at Prova for a number of years and am delighted to be able to join them at such an exciting time for the industry,” said Foster. “As the reality of climate change and the need to reduce carbon emissions drives the worlds of automotive, cleantech and motorsport closer together, Prova is positioned perfectly at the centre of the revolution. In recent years, it has made multiple acquisitions and investments to cement its position as a leading global consultancy. My role is to deliver the high level of strategic communications consultancy that Prova’s clients have come to expect.”
New Senior Account Manager Anthony Hornsby also joins the Prova team, having previously worked for Market Engineering, where he managed communications, strategy and content for global OEMs such as Delphi Technologies and Federal-Mogul Powertrain.
“It’s a pleasure to welcome Christopher and Anthony to Prova and their arrival is a strong statement of the ambitions we have here,” said Richard Postins, founder of Prova. “Between them, they possess a wealth of experience and knowledge that is hugely beneficial to our clients and the broader business going forward.”