We’re in the heart of Soho.  Our office is spread over three storeys with the top floor featuring a multi-functional event/ meeting/ work space offering:

  • A flexible event space. From debates and industry talks to product launches and networking events, we can host all kind of events.
  • Hi tech facilities. Our four meeting rooms – including a boardroom for up 18 people – feature the latest integrated software and AV technology,
  • A home-from-home for clients. They’re welcome to drop by to make use of our open plan work space. Tea and biscuits provided!

And our office also has a place in sporting history…it was the home of Jack Solomon’s famous boxing gym in the 1950s. The foremost promoter of his time, Jack made his name with a unique approach, bringing big fighters from the US and Britain together to maximize publicity, the audience and the purse. This included bringing Muhammad Ali over to fight Henry Cooper in 1963.

Maybe the spirit of Jack lives on and explains why we’re always up for a challenge and punch hard for our clients!

There are around 140 people here at Red Consultancy.

They’re an eclectic mix – thinkers, doers, northerners, southerners, creative dreamers, work hard – play harders, bossy ‘to do list’ types, ambitious go getters, celeb spotters, excessive tweeters, football fanatics, fashionistas, bad joke tellers, Brits and non-Brits, cheese on toast likers, cool designer characters, ‘when’s the bar open?’ sociable types, quiet reflective musers, jeans wearers, the suited and booted, maths whizzes and people who avoid the lifts.

It’s a hard working, straight talking, no-politics, friendly culture where successes are always shared. With a drink if possible.

Mike Morgan



Mike has over 25 years of PR agency experience and has been Red Consultancy’s CEO since 2004. His experience includes strategic corporate communications and brand communications for leading UK and global brands across a range of sectors including FMCG, Retail, Drinks, Sports, Consumer Health and Government communications.