Tim Vincent joins IWP Group

As the reach and profile of IWP Group grows across our key territories of the UK, US and GCC, we will be embarking on a number of significant campaigns to help organisations understand the way in which innovative, AI-based technology can drive workplace change in a highly sustainable way.

As the reach and profile of IWP Group grows across our key territories of the UK, US and GCC, we will be embarking on a number of significant campaigns to help organisations understand the way in which innovative, AI-based technology can drive workplace change in a highly sustainable way. We are therefore delighted to announce that seasoned presenter Tim Vincent has agreed to join the IWP Group as our Global Brand Ambassador.

50 year old Tim has spent over a decade in New York as NBC‘s Access Hollywood’s co presenter and latterly as their European correspondent based back in London. Tim has covered everything from Royal weddings, The Oscars, Canne film festivals to Bond set visits. Having presented multiple times everything from Miss USA, the US version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and of course the BBC’s Blue Peter and the Clothes Show, he brings a wealth of experience to IWP.  We have no doubt that he will play a pivotal role in the creation of educational, informative and engaging content. Tim has also recently presented two series of BBC Radio 4’s The Likely Dads, inspired in part by being the father of 5 year old twin boys.

Tim commented “I am thrilled to be partnering with IWP; their energy and commitment to providing the very best service to their clients excites me. I look forward to communicating their projects to a wider audience and hopefully capturing some of the company’s enthusiasm and fun they bring to each project”.

IWP Group CEO Chris Burfield added “Tim’s experience and energy will help us engage with our global client base in an interesting and educational way and we are delighted to have reached a long-term agreement with him to support us in the months ahead and into the future”.