Kevin has been with R&B Group for four years and is our charming and debonair Head of Client Services. If you’re a regular client of R&B Group there’s a good chance you’ll have met Kevin, or perhaps you’re connected with him on Linked In (one of his obsessions). ‘Floydie’ as we call him at R&B Head Office (owing to the amount of Kevins) is always up for a laugh but there’s a serious side to him when it comes to winning new business.
Here’s what make him tick…
NAME: Kevin Floyd
JOB TITLE: Head of Client Services
AGE: 45 – yeah right! Someone’s telling porky-pies.
DESCRIBE YOUR AVERAGE WEEK AT R&B GROUP IN NO MORE THAN 50 WORDS:
Consuming gallons of coffee and beating Bryan to the microwave at lunchtimes keeps me on my toes.
Telephone calls, opportunity research, tenders, social media, client liaison, quoting for events. Oh, and having a two-way conversation with a water cooler in reception featured highly this week, don’t ask, perhaps another time!
WHAT THREE THINGS DO YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT YOUR JOB OR WORKING AT R&B GROUP?
- Working with diverse clients
- Working with creative and fun R&B Group people
- Receiving glowing feedback from clients who value our work
HOW DO YOU LIKE TO RELAX?
Walking along the wonderful North East coast or trekking in the hills
WHAT’S YOUR PERFECT MEAL? Sunday roast with beef (medium rare) but has to have crispy Yorkshire puds, sorry did you hear I said crispy. Accompanied by a bottle of classic Cabernet Sauvignon and followed by a nanna nap, well at 60 what do you expect? Oops, how did that slip out… (we knew it!)
WHAT WOULD THE TITLE OF YOUR DEBUT ALBUM BE?
Boxing Dogs Go Legless – it’s an album I’ve been working on for over 30 years, pre-release single due late 2030
IF YOU COULD HAVE ONE SUPERPOWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE?
Change hate and all things abhorrent in this world to love and ensure everyone has a cute cuddly pet to love
IF WE GAVE YOU £10,000 TO SPEND IN ONE HOUR, HOW WOULD YOU SPEND IT?
Holiday, travelling through South America
TELL US ONE THING WE DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOU.
I have sung solo in the Royal Albert Hall and performed on Dutch TV (we didn’t ask him to elaborate on the latter)