Phil Groves

Phil has spent over twelve years in public relations, with extensive experience of crisis communications.

Phil has spent over twelve years in public relations, with extensive experience of crisis communication.

Phil has played a key part of the response to major incidents including the 2017 terror attacks, the WannaCry incident and the Salisbury nerve agent attacks. He has been involved with crises ranging from aviation (including the attempt to attack aircraft with liquid explosives in 2006) to data loss (the 2007 child benefit incident).

He has also advised leaders during times of major reputational risk, and oversees the way in which the NHS manages communications around major incidents and major crises.

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