Notable Reveller - Gawain Towler


Gawain Towler is the PR expert who supported Nigel Farage's historic political success. 

.

Regardless of your opinion about Nigel Farage, you can discover Gawain’s effective, little-known coverage-generating secrets - whether creating good publicity, or managing it when it’s bad.

Guido Fawkes:  “It is no exaggeration to say Gawain is one of the press officers most respected by political journalists over the last decade… "

* Learn how to get the main journalists on your side.  * Discover the art of the hook. * Know the 5 BIG mistakes the press make when talking to journalists. * How to get publicity without the expense of a PR firm. * Stop the bad stories and limit the damage if they get out. * Get an idea of life behind the scenes managing the press for Nigel Farage. * 

Gawain was recently the Director of Communications of the Brexit Party and has run his own Communications and Strategy company. Before that he worked in the European Institutions in Brussels. He has worked at a high level in politics, policy, charity and commercial sectors. He is regularly published in a variety of national and specialist publications.

His work has been recognised by PRWeek as one of the top 300 PR professionals in 2016/17 and this year, being placed as one of the top 10 political PR professionals in 2017.

Nigel Farage: “always on call, always honest and always loyal.”

What journalists are saying...

Iain Martin: The Times Columnist - “Gawain Towler did an extraordinary job brilliantly.”

Guido Fawkes:  “It is no exaggeration to say Gawain is one of the press officers most respected by political journalists over the last decade… Gawain is setting up a reputation management consultancy named CWC, which stands for “Crisis, What Crisis?”, and prospective clients will be making a canny choice.”

William Foxton: Daily Telegraph - “the best press chief in Westminster. A nigh impossible brief delivered with endless indefatigable charm.”

Tom Newton Dunn: Political Editor, The Sun - “there can be no cooler (or more experienced) head than yours for crisis management.”

Kate Fergusson: Daily Mail - “Popular with the press pack, he helped make Ukip one of the easiest parties to work with and helped ensure them press coverage.”

Chris Hope: Daily Telegraph Chief Political Correspondent  “an excellent PR guy … has done a terrific job in explaining what is going on to the Press.

Peter Walker: Guardian - “Gawain was always fair and open, even to me at the Guardian.”


Nigel Farage and Gawain towler celebrate the 2016 Referendum results.

Gawain Towler is on the left, behind Nigel Farage.


Comments are closed.