Asia-Pacific News in Brief (May 11, 2009)
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Asia-Pacific News in Brief (May 11, 2009)

Hill & Knowlton Australia has been appointed to manage the public relations campaign for this year’s Girls Night In, an annual Cancer Council initiative, plus new business at Fulford, new people at H&K.

Paul Holmes

SYDNEY—Hill & Knowlton Australia has been appointed to manage the public relations campaign for this year’s Girls Night In, an annual Cancer Council initiative to raise funds for women’s cancers. H&K will be working with GNI to implement an integrated communication campaign, including media relations, celebrity acquisition, event management, promotions, social media, digital and sponsorship. The goals of the campaign are to communicate important health messages as well as motivate women to register for GNI. 

 

SYDNEY—Hill & Knowlton Australia has named Jennifer Wilson practice director, health and pharmaceuticals, based in its Sydney office. During her time as consultant, Wilson developed and implemented local and global campaigns for clients including the National Health Service, MSD, GSK, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly, Pfizer, Janssen-Cilag, Eisai, and Novartis. She most recently served as head of external communications for sanofi-aventis U.K. where she worked for seven years.

 

SINGAPORE—Following a competitive pitch, Fulford pr has been appointed by the Singapore Badminton Association and Aviva to assist with the publicity for the forthcoming Aviva Open Singapore in June. This is the second time that Fulford has worked on the AOS; the last time was in 2005.

 

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